About usUpdatedThursday March 4, 2021 byBrookwood Broncos Football Association.
Brookwood Football Association Mission Statement:
The goal of the Brookwood Football Association is to provide boys and girls an opportunity for fun and personal development through an organized football and cheerleading program; to instill good sportsmanship and physical fitness, and to teach skills and techniques of the game of football and cheerleading.
The Brookwood Football Association was established in 1994 to serve the growing athletic needs of the community and to serve as the recreational feeder program for the Brookwood school cluster. The mission of the Brookwood Football Association is to provide a football and cheerleading program with a major emphasis upon fun and enjoyment for all youth interested in playing and developing their athletic skills in football and cheerleading. Our overriding goals are to provide boys and girls with an opportunity to develop good sportsmanship and physical fitness, and to teach skills and techniques of the game of football and cheerleading.
We are proud to serve over 500 participants each season, and feel honored that the families of our community entrust their children to us. We make our children the #1 priority in everything we do. Our regular season runs from mid-July through October each year with convenient online registration offered from March to June, along with two scheduled walk-up registrations.
The Brookwood Football Association is a non-profit organization administered by a thirty (30) member board of directors, and operates under the authority of the Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Department. The Association is proud to operate out of Bethesda Park, one of Gwinnett County’s many award-winning parks. Bethesda Park is located in Lawrenceville just off Ronald Reagan Parkway at 225 Bethesda Church Road. In addition to football, Bethesda Park hosts baseball, softball, soccer, and lacrosse programs. The Brookwood Football Association is a member of the Gwinnett County Football League (GFL), which serves nineteen (19) football and cheerleading programs across the county.