FAQs

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Does the Hobe Sound Ravens have tryouts?

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Within the FSYFL Tournament there are two divisions, Division 1 for the more skilled, seasoned players, and Division 2 for the player who is still fine tuning their skills.  Depending on the interest per age group, we would like to cap our rosters at 17 players and have teams in both Division 1 and Division 2.

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Is the Hobe Sound Ravens a travel league?

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Yes. We travel to play the majority of our games.  We don't the length of the travel until the schedules are posted in early February.  Typically, players do car pool to games and the league does provide food for double-header games.

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How much is the registration fee for the Hobe Sound Ravens?

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The registration fee for the 2015 season is $190 which includes insurance, equipment rental, dry fit undershirt, practice jersey and game day jersey.  All clothing is the players to keep.

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What is the FSYFL?

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The FSYFL is the Florida Spring Youth Football League based out of Tampa, Florida. They are the governing body of the teams participating in their association.

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How do I determine if my child is right for the Hobe Sound Ravens?

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As mentioned this is a competitive football league. The ideal candidate would have played Pop Warner in the fall. This league is not the appropriate place for child who has never played football before unless they know the fundamentals of the game.

However we will not turn a child away if they show a commitment and an eagerness to play football.

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What is Spring Football?

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Spring Football is a competitive travel league in association with the FSYFL. Different fall football, spring is 8-on-8 man. Teams are smaller and the game is shorter. The game is played on a 80-yard field with two, twenty-two minutes halves. There is no kicking or punting and the game is fast and furious. Usually played in High Schools through the Midwest who cannot field 11-man rosters.

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When does the Hobe Sound Ravens season begin?

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We will have two introductory registration meetings in November and the first day of practice will begin the first week in January 2015.