Welcome To

Calgary wildcats Football

PRIDE. COURAGE. INTENSITY.
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Learn More About Our Organization

The motto of the Calgary Wildcats Football Club is “Pride, Courage and Intensity”. We have focused on building discipline and leadership skills to provide our athletes with a foundation to build on as they move through their formative years. We believe that successes in the form of winning championships are empty without the development of good life skills. No doubt some of our players will go on to play football at a very high  level, but those who don’t will also be members of teams at school, in the workplace and elsewhere where these skills will be equally important.  We are an active and proud member of our community.
We require commitment and respect from our players and in return we will ensure the players have an enjoyable and competitive experience. At present we operate five individual football teams within the organization.  We have two Atom teams (8-10 yrs old), one Pee Wee team (11-12 yrs old), one Bantam team (13-15 yrs old), Spring League team (Grades 9-11) and U19 Female (12-18 yrs. old).

Upcoming Events

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Spring League & U19 Female 2024 Registration is OPEN

Current Fundraisers

TeamFund Fill Your Freezer

Team Fund Food Fundraisers: Fill Your Freezer & Stock up on Items you Need While Helping the Wildcats

Items that have been included:

Pizzas, Perogies, Steaks, Chicken breasts, Pot Pies, Pies, Ground Beef, Bacon, Chicken Strips, ...and much more.

We have two food fundraisers in the Fall and Spring of each year.

Join our fundraiser here!

Next Date & Pickup Location: 

Order Deadline TBD

Pickup:  TBD at Glenbrook Sportshack

So All Kids Can Play
Bottle Drives
Casino
Spring Flowers

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

The Wildcats are very proud that we have never, in the history of our Club, turned away a player due to a lack of financial resources.  Over the past year, 13% of our players required financial assistance, and we expect this proportion to remain the same or increase over the coming year. Providing this support does impact the Club’s finances, and therefore we need to offset some of these costs. The “So All Kids Can Play” program was established for this very reason, and provides donors with the opportunity to support youth in developing skills both on and off the field, such as leadership, teamwork, and perseverance. We are very thankful to the generous donors that have helped us in the past, and invite you to become part of the “So All Kids Can Play” program.