Langley Minor Football Association (L.M.F.A.) is a member of the Vancouver Mainland Football League (VMFL). LMF has teams that play in six divisions (Midget, Bantam, Jr. Bantam Peewee, Atom, Flag ) with players ranging in ages from five to eighteen. The VMFL has fifteen different associations competing in almost all six divisions. The other associations are from Cloverdale, Victoria, Coquitlam, Nanaimo, New Westminster, North Delta, North Surrey, Richmond, Tswassen, Victoria, Westside Vancouver, White Rock/South Surrey.
With the recent induction of the VCFL (Valley Community Football League) at the Bantam and Midget levels, this has increased to include Chilliwack, Meadow Ridge, North Langley, Mission and Abbotsford.
Players will be issued the following equipment
· Helmet with face mask and chin strap
· Mouth guard
· Shoulder pads
· 2 x Hip, 2 x Thigh and 1 set of Knee pads
· Game jersey, practice jersey and 1 pair of practice pants plus 1 pair of game pants, 2 x belts plus game socks to be worn at appropiate times.
*THIS EQUIPMENT (with the exception of practice jersey, socks and mouth guard) REMAINS THE PROPERTY OF LMF AND MUST BE RETURNED TO LMF AT THE END OF THE SEASON. The equipment deposit is post dated for Nov 15th of the given playing season, and if equipment is not returned, the deposit will be cashed to cover cost to replace missing equipment.
What rules are followed?
LMF plays CFL RULES football.
How can I help out?
Parent and public help is allways welcomed.
All VOLUNTEERS are required to have a criminal record check prior. All Criminal Record Checks are too be renewed every season.
Volunteer Application Form. (Please print double sided on one sheet of paper.)
What is the Children Fitness Tax Credit?
The Government of Canada proposes to allow, starting in 2007, a non-refundable tax credit on eligible amounts of up to $500 paid by parents to register a child in an eligible program of physical activity.
The following is information about the proposed tax credit both for parents and for the organizations that provide eligible programs of physical activity. This information is based on legislation that has been tabled in the House of Commons but that has not yet become law.
While the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will administer the credit, organizations are in the best position to determine eligibility. The CRA will work with organizations in the coming months to assist them in determining whether a particular program qualifies.
For more information
Canada Revenue Agency