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PW 1st Organization to Ban Kickoffs

Pop Warner 1st Football Organization to Ban Kickoffs for Safer Game | Read More...

Riddell/PW Say Commit to Smarter Game

Riddell's Smarter Game Program has on/off Field Application for Athletes | Read More...

Heads Up Football Program

Created by USA Football & Endorsed by NFL Football for a Safer Game | Watch Videos & Read...

Riddell and PWLS Announce Partnership

Partnership focuses on innovation & commitment to improve game for youth... | Read More...

Pop Warner Partners with Shock Doctor and Cutters

Pop Warner's program to team with innovators in sports.... | Read More...

PW Partners w/Breast Cancer Awareness

Read how Pop Warner is helping fight against Breast Cancer | Read More...

 
Welcome to Central Texas Pop Warner

Central Texas Pop Warner oversees all of the Pop Warner programs located in Austin, Texas and surrounding communities. Currently, there are eight (6) local Pop Warner associations participating in Pop Warner cheerleading, dance, and football under the umbrella of Central Texas Pop Warner (CTPW). CTPW is chartered by the National Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. program. We hope that this site will help answer any questions you may have about Central Texas Pop Warner.

 
USA Today: Pop Warner Making the Game Safer

The kickoff can be one of the most exciting plays in football. It can also be one of the most dangerous. Ellis Hobbs knows both perspectives.

When he returned a kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown in 2007, it not only helped his Patriots beat the rival Jets, it temporarily set the record for the longest kick return in NFL history.

Three years later, Hobbs was playing for the Philadelphia Eagles when he tried to break free for another game-changing return against the New York Giants. Like any good returner, he kept an eye out for the most dangerous tackler on the other team.

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10 Things Parents of Athletes....

I have seen some things on the sidelines over the years that would give you nightmares. Casts being sawed off, coaches going to blows, parents screaming obscenities at the other teams fans. U.G.L.Y. We have all gotten way too emotionally involved in our kids sports. We have forgotten that it's about the the kids and the lessons, the journey if you will, not the end point.

I have an 18 year old now. He is playing D1 lacrosse for an east coast college and I couldn't be prouder of him. My 16 year old is committed to a college on the east coast to play as well in 2015. One thing I know for sure is this. They did it. Not us. No amount of screaming, calling coaches, forcing practices would have mattered if they didn't want it. It was our goal to be supportive, try and embarrass them as little as possible and give them the tools they needed to achieve their dreams. But they had to fight for those dreams. Not us.

My point here is.....

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