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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I claim a volunteer opportunity (A.K.A. DIBS Item)?

If you are not yet logged into the web site, click on the login at the top left of the page your unique member id and password.  You will see your username in the upper left corner when you are successfully logged in.

Click on the DIBS button off the site navigation bar. - OR - Click on the drop down arrow next to your username. Select Dibs from the menu list

Select the “Volunteer Service Hours” DIBS session to view the available volunteer opportunities (DIBS Items).

Use the filter selections (ex. Category=Equipment) and press “Filter Dib Items” to narrow the list of available volunteer opportunities (Dib Items).

**NOTE*** Only available DIBS items will be displayed.  Those that are already claimed will not be visible to you.

Click on the Dib Item (Ex. “Equipment Issue – Player”) to view more information on this volunteer opportunity as shown below.  To claim this volunteer opportunity, click on “CLAIM THIS DIB ITEM”. NOTE: When claiming any gameday assignment, be sure to reference the game schedules to ensure it will not conflict with the need to get your players to/from their games.

Enter player name, volunteer name, and volunteer telephone number then click “Claim Dib Item”.  *** All players connected to your login id will be available for selection within the “Claim Dib Item on Behalf of” list.

Successful claims will be confirmed on the following screen as shown below.  E-mail confirmations and reminders will also be sent through the system.

***NOTE*** When a you claim a Dib Item (shift), an Admin from the organization must grant completion of the item for you before your account receives the credit value.  Be sure to sign in/out at the volunteer event when you provide your service hours so we can grant you with these credits.

What programs are offered by the league?

Fox Valley Pop Warner strictly offers football.  Though we are affiliated with the national Pop Warner organization, we do not compete in their post season playoffs and do not offer their cheer program.  

For football, there is a tackle program and then also a Challenger League program for children with special needs.

This website primarily has information related to the tackle football program.

For information related to the Challenger League, please contact our league telephone available HERE.

Will coaches be "Heads Up" certified?

Yes!  As in past seasons, Fox Valley Pop Warner is enrolled in the Heads Up Football program, directed by USA Football, and has Player Safety Coaches.  

All of our head and assistant coaches are Heads Up certified before taking the field.

Learn more about USA Football and their Heads Up program by clicking <<<HERE>>>.

Where can I get information on sports injuries?

Protect the ones you love from sports injuries. www.cdc.gov/safechild

A concussion can happen anywhere. On the sports field, at the park, or even at home.

Get familiar with available resources, trainings, and videos, as well as new sports-specific safety tips through the Fox Valley Pop Warner Football microsite which connects to the latest information from the CDC.  It includes links to popular resources, trainings, and videos, as well as new sports-specific safety tips.

Click <<<HERE>>> to access the information.

How can I reset my password?

You will be able to recover your usernames and reset your own passwords through this system. 

Please click HERE to view a helpful post from our online service provider on how to reset your password and to determine your username.

How do I change my primary email address or add a secondary email to my account?

You will be able to update the primary e-mail address associated with your membership account and add or remove secondary e-mail addresses through this system.

Please click HERE to view a helpful post from our online service provider on how to perform this step.

What football sizes are used for each of the divisions?

Midget (7th grade) - Wilson TDY Composite

Jr. Midget (6th grade) - Wilson TDY Composite

Pee Wee (5th grade) - Wilson TDJ Composite

Jr. Pee Wee (4th grade) - Wilson TDJ Composite

Mitey-Mite ( 3rd grade) - Wilson K2 Composite

www.wilson.com/en-us/football/footballs/

What equipment is provided to players?

Players are issued the following equipment for use during the season: helmet, soft shell chin strap, shoulder pads, hip and tail pads, knee and thigh pads, game/practice pants, practice jersey and game jersey.  This equipment must be returned at the end of the season.

In addition to the above, players will be issued one moldable mouth guard at no cost. 

Players will need to provide their own cleats.

How are players assigned to divisions and teams?

There are no player tryouts or drafts for team selections.  Players are assigned to teams according to grade, weight, and location.  They will not be cut, provided they maintain good league standing.  

Team rosters can vary from year to year due to registration numbers.

Team assignments should be finalized by July 1.

Teams will be assigned based on registration numbers. 

When and where are practices held?

Team practices can generally be held as early as the third week before labor day. In 2019, expect practices to start no sooner than August 12.

Head coaches will contact players to notify them of team assignment and will traditionally hold a team meeting on the date team equipment is issued.  Then, if not sooner, team practice sites and schedules will be confirmed and you will have to opportunity to share schedule conflicts that the team should be aware of.

Team practices are normally held at locations as near as possible to the players home address.  However, some players will have further to travel for practices than others.  Practice schedules are established by the coaches to best fit the needs and availability of the team but these are generally held during weeknights prior to and during the season.  Practice frequency, duration, and drills will vary depending upon division.

BEFORE LABOR DAY - Practices are limited to a maximum of 6 to 8 hours per week (depending on the grade Division) and no more than 2 hours per day.  No practices on weekends.

AFTER LABOR DAY - Practices are limited to a maximum of 4 to 6 hours per week (depending on the grade Division) and no more than 2 hours per day.

It is suggested that no practices be held on Wednesday nights after Labor Day.

When and where are games played?

Games are played primarily on Saturdays at the Fox Valley Pop Warner fields inside Plamann Park starting the first Saturday after Labor Day.

Click HERE to view an online map of the location.

2019 Season: Sept. 7 - Oct 12

Once set, the gameday schedules will be available from within the gameday page.  Click HERE for more gameday information.

Merchandise Options

For your convenience, we offer FVPW merchandise to you as part of registration. This merchandise will be available for pickup when your player is issued equipment with their team beginning in late July.

These items will also be offered as options available through the fundraising candy sale program. These items will also be available for purchase from the concession stand on gamedays, however sizes available on gamedays will be limited to what's on hand.

Merchandise Options
 T-Shirt   $ 12 
 Window Decal   $ 5 

 

Park Rules

Outagamie County's Plamann Park hosts the Fox Valley Pop Warner facilities and it is important that we observe the restriction on domestic animals.

The county does have a dog park.

Click the link below for all park ordinances.

Park Ordinances


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