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Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation (TYFSF)

Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation (TYFSF) believes that academics is enhanced through athletic participation. TYFSF is a flag football, tackle football and spirit (cheer) program for youth ages 5 - 14. TYFSF is a non-profit 501C(3) corporation. TYFSF has been in existence since 1969 and is comprised of 16 associations. Our Associations manage an estimated 115 football teams and 60 spirit squads comprised of more than 3,500 participants. Additionally TYFSF has over 2,700 plus adult volunteers assisting with all aspects of football and cheer.


Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation "TYFSF"

Tucson Youth Football & Spirit Federation "TYFSF"

1011 N Craycroft Rd. Ste. 470, Tucson, AZ, 85711

Phone: (520) 322-9779

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The late Roy P. Drachman was the founding father of the Tucson Conquistadores. Drachman recognized a need in the community, that of "extra-curricular support of deserving athletes as well as other community sporting events". Drachman also noted to the Star “we’ll definitely be a working organization, not an honorary”. He successfully recruited the people who pledged to fill that need.

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