News & Announcements

2020 Football Registration is Now OPEN!!

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First Round of Cheer Registration is Full.

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New This Year!!!

Mt Si High School Football Camp is Included in your Registration!!!!

GEJFA has moved to 8 man tackle for Rookies

-More teams

- More playing time

- Safer introductory game

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WCJFA Stadium & Cheer Guidelines

New to Mt Si Stadium? Whether you're a new Wildcats fan, visitor, or cheer coach, our new WCJFA Stadium & Cheer Guidelines will help ensure that you have a great experience at the beautiful Mt Si Stadium in Snoqualmie, WA.

Newly Added/Updated

New information added to the WCJFA website this year:

2020 Calendar of Events

The TENTATIVE 2020 calendar of events is now available. Check it out, and make plans around your favorite Wildcats Junior events with confidence.

About Us

The Sno-Valley Wildcats Junior Football and Cheerleading Association (WCJFA) provides children within the boundaries of the Snoqualmie Valley School District the opportunity to participate in a competitive tackle football league. We are proud to be a member of the Greater Eastside Junior Football Association, or GEJFA.

Our Mission

Our mission is to:

  • Provide a safe environment for all participants, including all players, coaches, and volunteers
  • Teach players the rules and fundamentals of the sports of football and cheerleading
  • Impart values, principles, and life lessons to influence positive outcomes throughout our children's lives
  • Provide coaches who are as committed to developing life skills as sports fundamentals

WCJFA also fully supports and promotes GEJFA's mission to:

  • Provide a positive and enjoyable experience for all participants
  • Help to build positive self-esteem for all players
  • Teach team participation and responsibility
  • Teach participants to respect and honor opponents and all other participants (coaches, officials, parents)
  • Teach sportsmanship and fair play
  • Teach football skills in an environment where players compete with other players of comparable age and weight
  • Teach all participants how to win, how to lose, and how to do both with dignity

Player Eligibility

All 8-to-14-year-old boys and girls who reside within the boundaries of the Snoqualmie Valley School District are eligible to participate in Wildcats Junior Football and Cheer. Exceptions may be made for 7-year-old who meet certain GEJFA criteria.

Players from outside Snoqualmie Valley School District boundaries are considered transfer players and must be granted permission from the presidents of both their club and the WCJFA to participate in Wildcats Junior Football and Cheer.

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