Your support helps defray the ever-growing cost of operating the league. These costs include equipment, uniforms, referees, insurance, awards and upkeep of the facility. You can rest assured that all the sponsorship funds will go back to the kids and the betterment of the League. SD Junior Football is a 501 C3 Non-profit and is completely ran by volunteers.

Printable Team Sponsorship Form

Download the Team Sponsorship form and print. Complete this form and mail with Team Sponsorship payment to the SD Junior Football PO Box address.

Abuse Policy
Posted Apr 27, 2015

Policy on Child Abuse/Molestation

South Dakota Junior Football Inc. strives to provide healthy opportunities for sports development and intends to protect participating children. It is the policy of South Dakota Junior Football Inc. that there shall be no abuse and/or molestation of any participant of the program. All forms of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse are prohibited. Touch is acceptable only if it is “respectful and appropriate.” Inappropriate comments of a sexual nature and suggestive jokes are prohibited. Neither consent of the player, mistake as to age of the player, nor the fact that the abuse/molestation did not take place at a South Dakota Junior Football Inc. function are defenses.

Examples of Abuse/Molestation

Emotional Abuse: Yelling or making the following statements or similar statements:
• You’re stupid
• You’re an idiot
• You’re an embarrassment
• You’re not worth the uniform you play in, etc.

Physical Abuse: Besides the obvious examples of hitting, kicking, throwing equipment, or shaking a player, the following are examples:
• Behaviors seem violent versus disciplinary
• Practices become abusive
• Fighting is encouraged or ignored
• Illegal moves often associated with injuries are encouraged
• Coaches allow athletes to become physically or verbally abusive

Sexual Abuse: An adult may not improperly sexualize touch by fondling instead of hugging (with permission), kissing, or seductive stroking of various body parts. On the other hand, appropriate touching can be used when a child needs comfort, reassurance, and support. Appropriate touch is respectful of a person’s personal boundaries and comfort level, public, and nurturing.