Final Torrey Pines Pop Warner registration to be held April 20

The final Torrey Pines Pop Warner 2011 season registration will take place at the Ashley Falls MUR on April 20 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The league provides youth football and cheer placement for all boys and girls ages 6-14 who live within the Torrey Pines High School boundary area. All participants must pre-register at and bring the following to the in-person registration:

Parent and child must be present at registration
Copy of child’s birth certificate
Wallet-size photo of child
Completed, signed player agreement (available on TPPW website)

To ensure all children who want to play are able to do so, payment options are available as well as scholarships as needed.

Torrey Pines Pop Warner has been established in this area since 2002 and is Carmel Valley’s most-recognized and successful football and cheer program. TPPW is a local, all volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an opportunity for children to experience participation in football and cheerleading in a structured league environment. The league offers flag football for 6-7 year olds and tackle football for all older levels based on age, weight and skill level. Pop Warner has age and weight guidelines for player safety and TPPW plays against other Pop Warner leagues within Palomar Conference, widely known as providing the highest-caliber of youth football in San Diego and Riverside Counties.
Competitive level TPPW teams for both football and cheer track to local and regional championships, and eventually to National Pop Warner championships in Florida. Developmental team placement is also potentially available for new players. Home games for all tackle teams are played at the Torrey Pines High School Falcon Stadium. Other Palomar Conference teams include nearby North County communities like Scripps Ranch, Carlsbad, La Costa Canyon, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Vista and San Marcos, to name a few.

Last season, Torrey Pines Pop Warner had incredible football and cheer success in the playoffs and cheer competitions with teams advancing to the regional and national level.

TPPW has essentially been a feeder for Torrey Pines High School over the years and has produced some of the school’s top athletes, many of whom moved on to play at the college level. We are fortunate to have the support of Torrey Pines High School in developing a tremendous football and cheer program.

TPPW boundaries include Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar and Carmel Valley (Torrey Pines High School Boundaries). For more information about age/weight requirements and team formations as well as pre-registration paperwork, visit

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  3. American Youth Football League’s Carmel Valley Dons launched
  4. Golf Classic to help Torrey Pines team
  5. Buy tickets now for Torrey Pines High School Winter Formal

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