Packers Football Outreach Camp
The Green Bay Packers Football Outreach Camp is a complimentary, grassroots program, which features educational benefits as well as recreational opportunities for kids in a safe and fun environment. The camp is designed for 2nd through 5th graders only. Football Outreach Camps are coordinated in conjunction with the NFL Play 60 Program. The NFL PLAY 60 campaign is designed to tackle childhood obesity by getting kids active through in-school, after-school, and team-based programs.
Packers Football Outreach Summer Camps
Comprehensive, non-contact football instruction that includes visits from former Packers players is available to kids 6-14 throughout Wisconsin this summer at the Green Bay Packers "Football Outreach Camps."
Running back Ahman Green, linebacker Bryce Paup, wide receiver Bill Schroeder, linebacker John Anderson and defensive back Johnnie Gray are among the former Packers players that have participated in offering supplemental instruction at the camps, which aim to develop young players’ ability on the field and character off. The daily practices will develop athletic skills, including individual passing, receiving and non-contact blocking and tackling drills.
Each of the 10 camps lasts five days from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and they will be held from mid-June until late-July. The daily practices will develop athletic skills, including individual passing, receiving and non-contact blocking and tackling drills.
Packers Parents Clinic
On April 23, 2017, youth football parents came to Lambeau Field for the third annual Green Bay Packers Parents Clinic. The clinic was an interactive and educational forum designed to educate parents about how the game is being played safer and better than ever before. The complimentary event provided an opportunity for parents to hear from leading medical experts from Bellin Health Sports Medicine and D1 Sports Training on the topics of concussions, sports nutrition, injury assessment, and flexibility & strength training for youth athletes. The parents were welcomed by Green Bay Packers President and CEO, Mark Murphy. During the lunch hour, the parents were given the opportunity to interact with Packers alumnus, Bill Schroeder and Packers Running Backs Coach, Ben Sirmans during a Q&A session hosted by Packers alumnus, Tony Fisher. The day concluded with the parents receiving on-field Heads Up Football technique training in the Packers’ indoor practice facility, the Don Hutson Center.
Green Bay Packers Coaching School
On Sunday, June 3rd, 2018, the Packers will host the fifth annual Green Bay Packers Coaching School at Lambeau Field and the Don Hutson Center. The complimentary event will offer youth football coaches innovative classroom and on-the-field football instruction from top Wisconsin football coaches. Beyond the X’s and O’s, attendees will be taught techniques to ensure that their youngsters have fun playing the game they love while developing their character through football's intrinsic values of teamwork, responsibility and discipline.
Green Bay Packers 7-on-7 Passing Tournament
On Saturday, June 16, 2018, the Green Bay Packers hosted their tenth annual 7-on-7 High School Passing Tournament. Eight teams from across the state of Wisconsin were invited to the Don Hutson Center to compete in the one day tournament. The winner received a $4,000 donation to their high school football program, with the runner-up receiving $2,000. The Brookfield Central Lancers defeated the Menomonie Mustangs 31-10 in an exciting championship game.
Green Bay Packers Coach of the Week
The Green Bay Packers Coach of the Week program supports football outreach efforts by giving high school coaches the recognition they deserve. On a weekly basis, for ten weeks throughout the high school football season, the Green Bay Packers will select one high school coach as the Coach of the Week. Each honoree will be awarded several items and privileges, including a $1,000 donation to the school's football program on behalf of the Green Bay Packers, as well as recognition on packers.com, WisSports.net and Wifca.org, and will be mentioned in the Packers Gameday program.
USA Football is an independent non-profit organization whose purpose is to galvanize, support and promote the sport at all levels of amateur football. The first national advocacy group created for this purpose, USA Football was launched in 2002 and received initial funding from the National Football League and the NFL Players Association, through the NFL Youth Football Fund. The activities of USA Football generally focus on the following: building coalitions, advocating positions and causes, identifying best practices and standards, aggregating resources, and promoting the sport. It is also the designated U.S. representative to the International Federation of American Football (IFAF).
Play Football Month
In conjunction with the NFL and USA Football, the Packers celebrate the annual Play Football Month to encourage kids to play America's favorite sport. During Family Night and both preseason home games, the Packers invite Wisconsin youth football teams to scrimmage on the field during halftime. Before the preseason home games, the youth teams join the pros on the field for the National Anthem.
Player Safety Coaches Clinic
On Sunday, June 25, 2017, the Packers will be hosting a USA Football Player Safety Coach Clinic. These training sessions are the most important step in becoming a Heads Up Football organization. Here, your nominated Player Safety Coach spends a half day training with USA Football to prepare him or her to implement and oversee the elements of Heads Up Football. In the classroom, attendees listen to lectures and watch high-quality videos. They will be asked to demonstrate and participate in hands-on learning, work in small groups and role play. The clinic also features on-field drill presentations, question and answer sessions and evaluations. If you have questions about the schedule, please contact USA Football's Member Services desk at 1-877-5-FOOTBALL or email@example.com