Friday Night Lights, The largest youth flag football league in the United States is pleased to offer a FIRST CLASS and AFFORDABLE sideline cheer program for kids from kindergarten through 8th grade. Now the entire family can experience the fun and camaraderie that is the cornerstone of the Friday Night Lights Football League!

Registration includes one indoor practice per week, cheering with their age appropriate group on Friday nights, and a cheer uniform (see cheer registration tab for details). Your daughter's training will include: sideline cheers, arm movements, jumps, and halftime dances. There will be no "stunts" or "tumbling" taught in this program. This program is about promoting cheer, dance and a GOOD TIME!

Our FNL Cheer Directors are  Nida (Nafarrete) Pagett and Annette Morris.  Together they have over 20 years experience instructing both dance and cheer.  

Nida has extensive experience in performing, teaching and coaching both dance and cheer for over 23 years.  She received her degree in dance from UC Irvine.  Her cheer experience includes: Los Alamitos H.S., UC Irvine, and the Los Angeles Rams Pep Squad & Cheer. She was an instructor for the US Spiritleaders Cheer and Dance organization for 5 years.  She also taught jazz, hip hop, ballet and lyrical at Center Stage Dance Academy in Long Beach.

Annette has been involved extensively at the teaching level of cheer and the competition level of cheerleading. She spent her high school years cheering for Downey High School and has over 10 years of cheerleading experience.  Annette spent three years with Los Alamitos Pop Warner where she directed her teams to Nationals as the Assistant and Head Coordinator.  Her leadership has taken her cheer squads from San Diego and Florida to compete at the National levels.

We accept kids Grades Kinder- 8th
One Practice per week for one hour - Tuesdays from 5:00pm - 6:00pm 

FALL: begins in August
SPRING: begins in February

Games played on Fridays beginning :

FALL -September
SPRING - February

Games at McAuliffe Middle School