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ATLAS - NYPD COPS AND KIDS BOXING PARTNER WITH CHIEFS
The Chiefs would like to thank NYPD Cops and Kids Boxing for continuing to support our program. This will be the second year the organization has partnered with the Chiefs to help the youth of the community.
Chiefs will don Schutt football helmets exclusively for the 2015 season, thanks to our partnership with Schutt Sports. Schutt cares about the community and has made a committment to supporting the Kings County Chiefs effort to provide an environment for children to play competitive and travel league youth tackle football at no cost regardless of the financial abilities.
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DOUGLAS SHOULDER PADS JOINS CHIEFS
Douglas becomes official shoulder pad supplier of Kings County Chiefs
Brooklyn, NY - January 23, 2015 - Doug Douglas, owner of Douglas Shoulder pads has agreed to make Douglas Shoulder pads the exclusive shoulder pad supplier for Brooklyn, New York's Kings County Chiefs Youth Football Club Inc. for the 2015 football season and beyond. The Shoulder pad powerhouse joined forces with the Kings County Chiefs and our Play NYC Initiative that allows all youth in the program to play competitive, elite-level, travel league football for free, regardless of their economic status or financial means. Doug Douglas is not only a trailblazer in shoulder pad technology development, he's an amazing and compassionate person. We are honored to be sponsored by such a legendary name in the football equipment business. Douglas released the following statement, "Douglas Pads & Sports, Inc., is a proud sponsor of the Kings County Chiefs Youth Football Club. Douglas, a leader in the manufacturing of football shoulder pads from Pee Wee's to the Pro's, wish the Chiefs the best of luck in the upcoming 2015 season."
The Kings County Chiefs Youth Football Club will begin minicamp February 21st in Brooklyn, New York.
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*The Players age as of August 1st is their age for the season
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Kings County Chiefs Youth Football Club recieved a grant of 4 step-over dummies, 1 blocking shield and 50 practice vests from USA Football for 2017.
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KINGS COUNTY CHIEFS PARTNER WITH OPERATION H.O.O.D.
Coney Island based, Operation H.O.O.D. (Helping Our Own Develop) program Director, Latif Scott, has partnered with the Kings County Chiefs in recognition of the Chiefs work in the Brooklyn communities, especially Coney Island.
CHIEFS DEFEAT DAWGS, TAKE OVER FIRST PLACE IN AAU NY METRO
October 14, 2017, Brooklyn, NY - The Kings County Chiefs 12U continued it's winning ways with a victory over the Dawgs. Chiefs WR/DB, Naeem registered both a touchdown and an interception, finishing the game with 70 yards receiving. Chiefs running back, D.J. led the way with 146 total yards and rushing for 1 touchdown. Chiefs QB, Havis was 6 for 10 for 155 yards with 2 TDs and 1 INT.
WR,Sammy hauled in a touchdown at receiver and also returned a fumble for a TD. The Chiefs offensive line anchored by Offensive Tackles, Edwin and Luka controlled the line of scrimmage with the help of Eric, Damien, David and Matthew. On defense, the Chiefs were tough. holding the Dawgs to only 12 points. LB, Aiden recorded his first fumble recovery.
The Chiefs defeated the Dawgs 34-12 and move into first place heading into the last two weeks of the season. Kings County faces Valley Stream next weekend.
The Chiefs 10u fought hard but came up short, losing 8-0 to the Dawgs.
(Pictured: Naeem goes 70-yds for the TD)
CHIEFS 12U FINISH 2017 AAU SEASON IN FIRST PLACE FOR 3RD YEAR IN A ROW
Now, with the number one seed, going into the playoffs, the Chiefs will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs and the stadium will be a buzz. The Chiefs hope to have a capacity crowd for their first 12U home playoff game.
The Kings County Chiefs 10U made a way out of no way and have secured a wild card playoff birth with their 34-0 victory over Westbury. The 10U was led by Jah-Kwell, who with his move to wide receiver became a game-breaker over night, scoring 3 touchdowns and leading his team to a victory on both offense and defense. Chiefs running backs, Dahveed and Flash, both contributed touchdowns, while Francisco added a long catch and run in the Week 8 victory. The Chiefs 10U faces the Valley Stream Green Hornets this weekend in the wild card round of the playoffs.
October 28, 2017, WESTBURY, NY - The Kings County Chiefs 12U capped off their 2017 regular season with a 60-0 win and a 1st place finish in the AAU Football NY Metro District heading into the playoffs. This is the third year in a row that the Chiefs have finished in first place for the regular season.
The Chiefs needed some help to reach this landmark with losses by both Elmont and Valley Stream's 12U propelling the Chiefs back into the number one spot.