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 CFPO Youth Sports (Christian Federation of Police Officers) is a non-profit 501c (3) youth sports league featuring Football, Cheerleading, Basketball...  CFPO Youth Sports is a governing entity that is comprised of several self-directed organizations from towns between Austin and San Antonio.  CFPO Youth Sports has been a staple in the south Central Texas area for more than 30 years. We offer the youth in the area the opportunity to play organized sports at an affordable price.
Our league has over 82 football teams from eleven cities: San Marcos, New Braunfels, Austin, Geronimo, Seguin, Luling, Lockhart, Kyle, Buda, Stockdale, Canyon Lake, Wimberly and Marion.  We practice at different locations throughout the south central Texas area and play our games at a complex off Hunter road between San Marcos and New Braunfels.
CFPO Youth Sports provides equipment, facilities to play, insurance for players and coaches as well as awards at the end of the season for those who participate.
CFPO Youth Sports provides a safe, fun low cost environment with great coaching for youth ages 5-12 without regard to weight limits or other limitations.
CFPO Youth Sports is not affiliated with the TYFA, Pop Warner, TEAM Foundation or AYF Groups on the local or national level.
Our coaches and league administrators are volunteers that are trained and certified by the CFPO Youth Sports organization.


The Mission of  CFPO Youth Sports is to prevent juvenile crime and violence by providing a safe environment for civic, athletic, recreational and educational opportunities, for youth overseen by Police Officers and community volunteers.


The CFPO-PAL order of values is as follows:

  1. God
  2. Family
  3. Country


It is our vision that through the vast experience and diversity of our many volunteers and coaches the game of football is used to teach life skills and in doing so develops the character needed to make this world a better place.
CFPO-Youth Sports has long since stood for more than teaching football skills and developing good football players. We are developing good teachers, plumbers, firemen, construction workers; just good men and women. Football is merely a vehicle to make this happen.