Football – Frequently Asked Questions
Below are commonly asked questions and answers that have been sent to MPAA Football E-mail. We wanted to share the information so that your concerns are addressed before registration.
Q: I have not had a chance to get a physical for my child, when do I need to have the physical turned in?
A: All documentation is needed by last registration if at all possible.
Q: With so many close by associations and some coaches moving around to other associations, does it really matter where my child plays football?
A: Your child would have a competitive advantage for Parkview high school in later years. The MPAA football program is aligned with the high school offense and defense, as are many other associations. It has been witnessed many times at the older levels and high school that MPAA players have the competitive edge for positions already knowing the system and drills from the 8th grade and up. Bottom line is we highly encourage children to sign up for their youth associations aligned with their high school they are going to attend.
Q: I have more than one child wanting to play football, do I get a discount?
A: Families who have multiple children participating in one or more sports through MPAA at the same registration time (for example: football/cheerleading, baseball/softball, boys and girls basketball), will be eligible to apply for a rebate of registration fees after the third paid registration fee.
Q: Can I get a refund once I have registered?
A: No. The refund policy for the MPAA is there is no registration refunds allowed in any sport or activity.
Q: Football equipment is costly, is there used equipment available?
A: MPAA Football does not store or keep used equipment due to liability and space issues.