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About Wayzata Plymouth Youth Football

Wayzata Plymouth Youth Football (WPYF) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to offering young people in grades 2 through 8 an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football, the value of teamwork and to have fun doing it. The program has been designed, with parents' help, to contribute to the development of the young person's:

  • Sense of Achievement
  • Leadership Skills
  • Positive Self-Image
  • Social Skills
  • Sense of Teamwork, and,
  • Appreciation For What The Body Can Do

We are committed to providing an opportunity for as many children as possible to participate in football under the rules of the league.

Wayzata Plymouth Youth Football is a member of the Lake Minnetonka Athletic Association (LMAA), a youth football league with participants from Wayzata/Plymouth, Minnetonka,  St. Louis Park, Hopkins, Edina and Maple Grove. The LMAA, established in 1961, is the governing body for the rules of the league. It is run by a board of directors consisting of representatives of each of the member districts.

The Wayzata Plymouth program is run by an Area Director and seven additional board members. Each grade has a Grade Coordinator who is responsible for enrolling and assisting coaches in his or her grade. Everyone involved in the program is a volunteer.

Wayzata Plymouth Youth Football is a 317A corporation and is self funding.

WPYF was one of the first youth organizations in the country to earn the Putting Family First Seal of Approval. This reflects our deep commitment to honor family life, and to support our families in making it a top priority.