The MVAA football program was formed in 1971 to provide a feeder program to Middletown High School (MHS).  We would like to thank our parents for their continued support of the program.  The youth football league existed before there was a high school team.  The premise behind the program was to develop football players through fundamentals, dedication, confidence and commitment to their team to prepare them for high school football.  After the start-up of the high school football program, graduates of the program began giving back to the community where many grew up.  Today, there are many coaches within the MVAA program who played MVAA football as well as MHS football.  There are also just as many coaches involved in the MVAA program that have played and coached for other programs from other areas of the county and country.  Our program models the high school program and is coordinating our efforts with the new head coach - Coach Kevin Lynott.  By virtue of the fact that our practices and program philosophy are nearly identical to what is expected at the MHS Program, MVAA football players have a seamless transition from the MVAA Program to the MHS Program.  Not only are they well schooled in the same techniques and terminology used at the next level but most importantly they become immersed in the mental attitude that is distinctly Middletown Football.


As our region has continued to grow, so has the MVAA and MVYFL.  Within our league there are two division levels.  DI is the competitive division and the DII level is where the players hone the football skills in a game-like atmosphere.   We will be entering our fourth year with DII representation.  The DII teams are coached by the DI staff making it possible for your son to advance and benefit from competing with DI players.