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Simply The Best Youth Football & Cheer Organization in Temecula

WELCOME!

Temecula Valley Pop Warner, serves more than 550 boys and girls in Southwest Riverside County in the great sports of football and cheerleading. TVPW is embarking on our 27th season this fall.

We're pleased to introduce TVPW's 2016 Football and Cheer Teams

Click on the media guide below for team photos, rosters, and staff.

 
 

 

 

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Quick Links

 

The Week in Pictures - Game Day Photos

2016 TVPW Photo Gallery.

 
 
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Blog/News
TVPW Coach Ron Krause Earns USA Football 'Thanks Coach' Honors

TVPW Coach Ron Krause recognized as USA Football 'Thanks Coach' finalist

TVPW Board Elections - Vote this week!

TVPW Board elections Tuesday (TMS), Wednesday (cheer gym), Thursday (Birdsall)

TYBL Basketball - Sign Up now Thru October 8

Temecula Youth Basketball Registration - Last Day October 8!

Picture Re-Takes - This Sunday 1-3pm

Kid not smiling? Hair out of place? Or just not happy with your player's picture?  Picture re-take, Sunday.

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Temecula Valley Pop Warner is to enable our children to benefit from participation in the sports of football and cheerleading in a safe and structured environment. Through this active participation, the Temecula Valley Pop Warner program teaches fundamental skills, values and knowledge that these young people will use throughout their lives.

GOALS AND PHILOSOPHY

Pop Warner is an international program operated for the benefit of its youth participants. The program’s philosophy has been: Academics and Athletics go hand-in-hand. Pop Warner seeks to develop well-rounded young men and women who learn not only the fundamentals of football, cheerleading and dance but also the importance of education, in an atmosphere conducive to developing sound mind, body and character – and having an enjoyable time along the way. The general objectives of Temecula Valley Pop Warner are to inspire youth, regardless of race, creed, religion or national origin, to practice the ideals of sportsmanship, scholarship and physical fitness. We also strive to make the game fun for all boys and girls. This program stresses learning lessons of value far beyond the playing or spirit days of the boys and girls involved such as: self-discipline, teamwork, concentration, friendship, leadership and good sportsmanship. “Honor the Game”