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Welcome to Bobcat Cheer!! We are excited to welcome you to our Bobcat Cheer Family!!

Bobcat Cheer offers cheerleading to girls & boys ranging from Kindergarten to 6th grade.


The goal of Bobcat Cheer is to create a fun atmosphere for our girls to learn basic cheerleading skills.


It is important for our girls to build life-long friendships while promoting loyalty, honesty, courage, leadership, and sportsmanship.


● Be respectful to coaches and squad members
● Be encouraging and supportive to fellow squad members
● Be at the majority of practices and games as well as being on time
● Notify coaches if you are not able to attend a practice or game
● Pay attention during practice and at games
● Adhere to all codes of conduct and bylaws of organization
● Have fun while enthusiastically cheering on our football players!



● Determine practice times and locations
● Lead practice in instruction of cheers, chants, stunts, halftime dances
● Keep parents informed of practice and game schedules as well as information pertaining
to any special events
● Direct all cheer activities at football games
● Responsible for directing the squad at all special/community events such as cheer
camp, Meet the Bobcats, etc.
● Assist in determining Assistant Cheer Coaches/Team Moms for squad
● It is very important that all cheer coaches are available to attend practices and games
● Adhere to all codes of conduct and bylaws of organization




Bobcat Youth Cheer offers Cheer Camp to all registered Cheerleaders for the upcoming Fall season. 


Cheerleaders will be instructed on cheer techniques, jumps, stunts, cheers, sideline dances, unison and safety.


Camp is divided between squads that cheer for Flag football teams and Tackle football teams and skill level instruction is based on grade. 


This is also an excellent opportunity for Cheer Coaches to learn cheers and techniques to go over during weekly practices.  

Cheer Camp is an optional event to attend but is highly encouraged.  Registration for Camp will be handled by Head Cheer Coaches for each squad.

Dates and times can be found here: Cheer Calendar  

August 2nd 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM K1 - 2nd Grade

August 3rd 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM 3rd - 6th Grade

We are excited to be preparing a brand new Cheer Camp experience for the 2023 Cheer season and hope to see you there!!!





Included in Registration

  • Cheer Uniform

    • Shell​

    • Skirt

    • Briefs

    • Blue Bow

    • Pom Poms

  • Camp Shirt​

  • Pink bow

  • Use of Pink Poms in Oct.

Additional Equipment

  • White Cheer or Athletic Shoes

  • White No Show Socks

  • Other accessories as determined by the teams Head Cheer Coach.  These will be communicated by the coach when teams are announced.

Cheer Calendar

September 9, 2023

Week 1 of Fall Football Season

September 23, 2023

Week 3 of Fall Football Season

October 21, 2023

Week 7 of Fall Football Season

September 14, 2023

BYFO Youth Night at Byron Nelson Varsity Game (game starts at 7pm)

September 30, 2023

Week 4 of Fall Football Season

October 28, 2023

Week 8 of Fall Football Season

September 16, 2023

Week 2 of Fall Football Season

October 7, 2023

Week 5 of Fall Football Season

September 20, 2023

BNHS Homecoming Parade

October 14, 2023

Week 6 of Fall Football Season

  • Who is eligible to play?
    All boys and girls! Kinder - 2nd can play flag football. 3rd - 6th play tackle. You must live in the Byron Nelson feeder pattern zone. (some exceptions apply)
  • Where is the Byron feeder zone?
    Your child is eligible to play if they attend: You can check your address HERE. If it falls into the Byron zone then you are a Bobcat! Some exceptions apply, Contact us if you have any additional questions.
  • How much does it cost?
  • What does my registration cost cover?
  • What can I expect at fittings?
    We will help you fit your child in a correct size uniform, jersey and pants. If you have a child playing tackle, we will help you fit and size a helmet and shoulder pads. You will leave knowing exactly what to buy for your child.
  • What do I have to purchase?
  • Where do we play football?
    Home games are played at Byron Nelson High School Away games will be at one of our NTFL partner locations.
  • Where do we have practices?
    Byron Nelson turf practice fields, Medlin or Tidwell Middle school and/or Independence Park
  • How often do we practice?
    No practices may exceed 2 hours in length Preseason refers to the weeks prior to the first game Regular Season refers to all weeks that include a game
  • When are games?
    Games are on Saturdays. See important dates for exact dates for season. The times vary depending on fields and teams.
  • Can I request a coach?
    Unfortunately, no. We are not in a position to accommodate coach and player requests due to the amount of kids we have.
  • Can I play football on the same team that my sister cheers on?
    Most likely yes, please Contact us so we can coordinate
  • Can I request to play on a certain team?
    No, unless you have a sibling on the team or there are specialized circumstances, we cannot make guarantees at this time.
  • What is Deadline for football Registration?
    July 1st
  • What are the football divisions and age cutoffs?
  • What are the weight restrictions?
    Weight restricted players may not handle the ball. No play can be designed for a restricted player to touch the ball. Weight restricted player may catch or advance the ball only on: Blocked Punts Fumbles Interceptions Stripping of the ball carrier Kickoff and kickoff return if kicked directly to the player. The weight restricted player must be lined up on the front line.
  • What safety precautions does the league take
    Our organization believes that safety is one of the most important things we can do for our children and coaches. All of our board members have been certified in First Aid, CPR and AED, as well as our coaches. We also have medically certified trainers on site at our fields. Our coaches go through extensive coach training regarding the game and how it is played and must complete certification in no contact and contact areas. We also require clear background checks for all volunteers. We will always strive to do better and better when it comes to our children using a proactive approach.
  • What is coach look/ grass drills
    This is where the players will come to the field at a designated date and time to showcase their skills like throwing, catching, speed, agility. The purpose of this drill is so that coaches can evaluate players and then draft their teams based on equal and comparable drills. ALL Players must attend coach look/grass drills.
  • Aside from games, what else do football players participate in during the season?
    Bobcat Youth Football Players have the opportunity to participate in many optional special events such as Meet the Bobcats, BNHS Homecoming Parade and BNHS Youth Night to name a few. Players will also be given the opportunity to serve at community outreach events during the year as well.
  • Will trophies or medals be given at the end of the season?
    At this time, Bobcat Youth will not be giving participation medals or trophies to players, cheerleaders or dancers. In the event, your team goes to the Superbowl then you may receive a medal or trophy at that time. If you choose to do something for your team or squad that is up to your team and parents.
  • What is the refund policy?
    As much as we do not want to lose a player, we understand that things come up from time to time. Before registering your player please understand our refund policy. Prior to uniforms and the needed equipment have been purchased, you can receive a refund minus a $50/player administration fee. Know that as we approach the Draft process and after the uniforms have been purchased, issuing refunds is not feasible at that time. If your request for a refund is due to a medical situation, please provide a note from your doctor. If you have any questions about our refund policy please contact our board.
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