PeeWee Wildcats

PeeWee Schedule


Atom, PeeWee, or Bantam - Fall Season - Registration opens in the late spring.

PeeWee News

2024 Annual General Meeting

By Calgary Wildcats Football | April 8, 2024

Notice of 2024 Annual General Meeting May 13, 2024 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE WILDCATS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF CALGARY Introduction This letter advises you that…

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2023 Annual General Meeting

By Calgary Wildcats Football | March 29, 2023

Notice of 2023 Annual General Meeting May 15, 2023 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE WILDCATS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF CALGARY Introduction This letter advises you that…

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President Message – AGM 2022

By Calgary Wildcats Football | May 13, 2022

Dear Members, Let me start by re-iterating the mission of the Wildcats Football Association of Calgary; to provide safe, fun instruction and education in the…

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PeeWee Contacts

Head Coach



Sarah & Allison

Coaching Staff

Head Coach - Yorgo Nikolakis

Head Coach - Yorgo Nikolakis

Played football from PeeWee to high school in Wetaskiwin, Alberta as well as coaching OL for the Wetaskiwin Bantam Warriors before moving to Calgary for university. During my first Bachelors degree I took up with the Wildcats as a RB coach. Then, QB coach, Offensive Coordinator and, finally, Head Coach while working through a B.Ed.
I have my NCCP Level 1 coaching certification as well as my Intro to Position Coaching certification, Safe Contact, and Football Canada's Novice Coaching certification. 
Name Team Role Coaching Certifications
Yorgo NikolakisHead CoachNCCP Level 1, Safe Contact, Novice Coaching Cert, Intro to Position Coaching Cert.
Bob BoyarskiCoach
Brad WashingtonCoach
Caelan ChauvinCoach
David MacDonaldCoach
Jordan MartelCoach
Josh MartelCoach
Kevin KleinCoach
Mo ElsaghirCoach
Phil ScheibelCoach
Rick DickisonCoach
Roger ReinsonCoach
Trevor AbbottCoach
Mike KoyCoach
Mark ScottCoach
Corey McleanEquipment Manager
Tamara RemilliardManager
Sarah DeanManager
Allison BelfourManager

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.