Celebrating 60 on the gridiron

he LMFA, in its 60th anniversary season, is continuing with its commitment to helping out in the community. In the past (left to right), the LMFA Red Storm Atom team volunteered at the London Food Bank, the Red Storm Peewees participated in the CIBC Run for the Cure, the LMFA Rams leant their support to the London Health Sciences Centre, and the Cobras participated in the Belmont Santa Claus Parade.

The London Minor Football Association (LMFA) celebrates our 60th season this fall. Founded in 1958, the LMFA continues to provide house league football to boys and girls ages 7 to 13 in London and the surrounding area.

We teach fundamental football skills, as well as teamwork and sportsmanship, in a fun, relaxed setting.

There is a place for every child in the LMFA, regardless of size, athletic ability, or experience. Our mission is to prepare players for high school football and create football fans for life.

To honour our 60th season, each of our 24 teams has committed to perform 60 hours of community service. In the past, our teams have volunteered at the London Food Bank, the CIBC Race for the Cure, and at the London Health Sciences Centre. As well, teams have cleaned up parks and schools.

This year, all our teams will use the hashtag #LMFA60, as our players, parents and coaches give back to the community that we have happily been a part of for these past 60 years.

For more information on the 2018 LMFA fall season, please visit or call 519-852-4465.


Submitted by London Minor Football Association