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Welcome to the national capital amateur football association

Upcoming NCAFA BOG Meeting




May 19th, 2014


101 Centrepointe Drive
Ottawa, ON K2G 5K7

Address and Map (Google Maps)


Special thanks to our sponsors

Barrhaven Source for Sports


Thank you to Rob Raistrick for his generous support of NCAFA.  Rob spearheaded the 2009 Ottawa Sun initiative which saw NCAFA Clubs profiled in a 15-week series of articles.  Rob continues to provide a wide range of football equipment, clothing and footwear to the football community and promotes the league on a number of levels.

Tommy & Lefebvre


Thank you to Mike White for his support of the NCAFA and now the Friday Night Tyke event. Mike is a long serving member of the coaching community having coached at the minor, CIS and CFL levels. Mike was a coach for the 2000 uOttawa GGs who beat Regina in the Vanier Cup to win the National Championship.


Canadian Football Chat Eastern Ontario Tackle Football Officials Association

News and updates


Listen to our three radio ads that will be playing on playing on 101 Country and then Chez 106.

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GeeGees Summer Skills Camp

Come join the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Football program for a week-long Football Summer Skills Camp (ages 8 to 16). This year, the camp will run from Monday, July 13th to Friday, July 17th, 2015.

Participants will receive one-on-one coaching from the uOttawa Gee-Gees coaching staff. Through two-a-day training sessions, the camp will focus on skill development and refinement, fundamentals, and mechanics. The camp also aims to develop strong leadership and teamwork skills amongst the campers.

The camp information can be accessed via website. Be sure to check out the camp video.

Amateur Football Survey

Football Canada wants to hear from parents, families and Canadian athletes about their football experience. They will use this information to help better design and deliver programs and services to advance amateur football in Canada.

The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete. You can save and come back to the survey at any time. Click here to start the survey.

NCAFA 60th Anniversary Logo Competition

The NCAFA will be holding a competition to design a logo in honour of our 60th Anniversary this year. The contest is open to anyone, with the winner receiving $250 for their efforts.

The Board of Governors will be presented with a short list for final selection at the March BOG meeting on March 17th.

Submission deadline is March 16th, with all entries to be sent to sdean@rogers.com. The format should be in .jpeg format at a minimum and vector format ideally. Below you will find the current logo and the 50th anniversary logo.

Current Logo
50th Anniversary

Calling all Coaches!

There is a Province-wide mandate that ALL coaches must complete the Making Headway in Sport - Football online course (by May 1st for Summer programs and August 1st for Fall programs). Failure to complete this course will result in coaches being suspended from participation in practises/games.

Coaches may complete the course by accessing the this link

It is of critical importance that coaches report their completion of the course by following this link

If you have any questions, please contact Rob Hamm (NCAFA, Director Coach Training and Certification) or Chris Patton (OFA, Technical Director).

For anyone looking for a status update on their NCCP certification or what courses you should take, please contact; Chris Patton, please put "NCCP” in the subject line.

Register Today

Junior Ravens

Jr. Ravens is a football program intended for young football players between ages 6-14. More than 250 kids participated in Jr Ravens camps last year. Coaching is led by Carleton Ravens’ coaches and players. Equipment is included. Click the banner above for further information.

New Website for all Midget Level Stats

Check out the new NCAFA Midget website for all NCAFA Midget Stats!

Important info:

Concussion Awareness and Management

Archived News can be found here

All of our archived news can be found here.

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