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Wildwood Park Seminoles

6950 N. Hiawatha Avenue
Chicago, IL 60646
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  • Description - Wildwood Park Seminoles

    The Chicago Park District Jr. Bear Program has been around for over 50 years. It gave neighborhood parks an opportunity to play football against other parks in the City, with the championship game played at Soldier Field. The Wildwood Jr. Bear program has been in this program for over 30 years.. The Jr . Bear Program has age and weight guidelines which means approximately 90% of the neighborhood kids are unable to participate. The Wildwood Seminoles were created in 2005 through the Chicagoland American Youth Football League (AYF), to give kids in the neighborhood who are not able to play for the Jr. Bear program an opportunity to play tackle football. The Seminole program allows children to play tackle football from ages 6-14. All levels have age and weight guidelines to ensure player safety. Both programs give the entire community an opportunity to play competitive tackle football.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Football,  Sports Skills

  • Activity Age Range

    6 years to 14 years old

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