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It is with great pride that we announce an amazing performance of the Patriots Cheer Teams at the MYFCC league Super Cheer competition held yesterday. 


Our Patriots Cheer Teams, competing at Junior Freshman and Freshman levels, took home four medals and an overall Championship at the Jr. Freshman level !


  The Freshman team, coached by Coach Shelby Sacco (Miss Teen Michigan), Coach Kay Mohamed and Coach Jamie Collins, received medals for each of their rounds - a second place in the difficult stunting round, a third place in the cheer round - and finished second overall ! 


 The Junior Freshman team, coached by Coach Morgan Arthur, Coach Julie Brooks, Coach Kristin Kujawa and cheer director Nicole Sutton, also received medals for each of their rounds - a 1st place in the difficult stunting round and a 3rd place in the cheer round.  The Junior Freshman team also took home the overall 1st place Trophy, making them

 three year consecutive MYFCC CHAMPIONS !


This was an amazing job by the coaching staff and the athletes and we could not be more proud of them. We thank them for their hard work, dedication, support, good sportsmanship, and positive attitude throughout the entire year. 


Great job Athletes, Coaches and Staff ! Congratulations to you all !



Head Coaches for the 2014 Season
Jr Freshman- Griffen Hock
Freshman - Mike Hailer
JV - John Curran
 Varsity - Troy Hairston
Cheer Director - Nicole Sutton


Welcome to the home of the Birmingham Patriots.  The Patriots are a unique experience, offering players experienced coaches (many with college playing backgrounds), top of the line safety equipment, and playing in the competitive MYFCC league.  As the elite football program in the Birmingham area, the Patriots provide young athletes with an unparalleled ability to grow in the sport, far exceeding those of other area and school programs.  Our program was designed to prepare young athletes for competition at the high school level.  Several Patriots "graduates" are now playing for area high schools such as Birmingham Groves and Seaholm. 

 Football is a unique sport.  The sport teaches young student athletes more about the importance of team work, work ethic, preparation, confidence and dedication that many other youth activities.  These skills positively translate throughout a person’s life.  Lifelong friendships are made.  To play the game on a competitive level, young players have to get in proper condition, understand their assignment, then execute the plays prescribed by the coach.  Athletes are active, gain confidence, and exposure to one of the most popular sports in the nation.  Playing youth football can be a life-changing and growing experience for a student athlete.   

 Our programs are specially designed to teach advanced skills that will translate throughout a student athletes  athletic career.  In a time when authors have routinely and universally found that practice, experience and repetition leads to greater abilities at all types of activities, the Patriots provide the outlet for that growth.  Beginning in summer with its voluntary summer programs, and continuing into fall, the Patriots provide more coaching and opportunities to its athletes than any other rival program. 

 Is your student athlete ready for the challenge?

 Although registration remains open, spots are limited and teams are filling fast.  Due to demand, we can no longer hold spots for returning players. 

Birmingham Unified Youth Football Organization

was created in 2005 to meet our
community's longstanding need for recreational
youth football & cheerleading programs.

The BUYFO is part of the Michigan Youth Football & Cheer Conference (MYFCC).  Patriots home games are played at Groves and Seaholm High Schools.