The Kemptville Minor Football Club is home to the Kemptville Jaguars. The upcoming 2018 season is open to boys and girls of all skill levels and will run from April through June. The goal will be to allow boys and girls the opportunity to learn tackle football skills while having fun and enjoying social aspects of the game. This league will provide a wonderful opportunity to instill the value of good sportsmanship in our town's youth, while at the same time developing their athletic skills.

Flag Football

Attention all kids birth years 2012, 2011 and 2010, our flag registration is now open!

Our flag program will be every Wednesday starting May 9th until Wednesday June 20th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm Cleats are optional but recommended. Your child should wear comfortable clothes and have a water bottle. Everything else is provided.

The fee is $60.00 plus the cost of registering and insuring yourself through Ontario Football which is $31.00 - a total of $91.00.

See registration information below.

2018 Spring Registration

Spring registration for the 2018 tackle season is now open (flag registration will open in a couple of weeks). For ease of use and cost reasons we've decided to return to our previous registration system. We're also asking players to register directly with the OFA (our provincial governing body) and Football Canada which provides the insurance for your child's season.

The OFA is charging $50 per tackle player for 2018 and KMFC has reduced our rates to reflect the fact that you will now be registering independently for your insurance. The age groups and costs for the 2018 season are as follows, please follow the link below to register with us and the OFA for the 2018 season.

Flag Birth Years 2012, 2011 and 2010 $60
Tyke Birth Years 2010, 2009 and 2008 $250
Mosquito Birth Years 2007 and 2006 $250
Peewee Birth Years 2005 and 2004 $270
Bantam Birth Years 2003, 2002 and 2001 $270

Register for Spring 2018 Football

2018 Pre-Season Conditioning

Too many Christmas snacks and too much XBox left you feeling slow and lethargic? Spring football is around the corner so time to get moving!

Kemptville Jags will be holding pre-season conditioning sessions to help get you in shape for the upcoming spring season and give you the opportunity to meet other players and coaches.

WHERE South Branch Public School Gym (2649 Concession Rd, Kemptville, ON)
AGES Open to all tyke ('08,'09,'10), mosquito ('06,'07), peewee ('04,'05), and bantam ('01,'02,'03) players
COST $40 payable at the first session
Date Tyke/Mosquito Peewee/Bantam
Sunday Feb 11 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Feb 18 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Feb 25 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Mar 4 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Mar 25 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Apr 8 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Apr 15 9:30am - 10:30am 10:30am - 11:30am

Volunteers needed! Kemptville Jags are always looking for more volunteers. If you want to coach, assisstant coach, or just help out with training, let us know! Send email to Become a part of the Jags family!

Jags Swag!

2018 Winter Football Camps

If you're looking to hone your football skills over the winter there are a number of football camps available in the area.

  • Canadian Football Institute: CFI runs an OL/DL winter camp that runs from January to March. The have offered RedBlacks players a 20% discount. Use promo code REDBLACKS20. Check out their website for more info:
  • Carleton Jr. Ravens Winter Camp: Players will develop fundamental skills and techniques (e.g. catching, throwing, tackling, blocking) that are essential to the game of football. Equipment will be provided for the duration of the camp. All players will be coached by Ravens Football players and coaches! Camps run from January to March for levels from tyke to bantam. Check their website for more info:
    Jr Ravens Football Winter Camp

2017 Fall Football

Rideau RedBlacks

Can't get enough football? Had a great spring football season and looking to continue it this fall? Why not sign up for Rideau RedBlacks football?

The Rideau RedBlacks are a competitive NCAFA football team comprised of players from Brockville, Kemptville and Smiths Falls and play teams from East, West, and South Ottawa.

For more information visit the Rideau RedBlacks Facebook page or the RYFL home page.

2017 Raffle Winners

Winners of the 2017 KMFC raffle are:

  • 1st Prize (signed RedBlacks football): Chris Wimperis
  • 2nd Prize (2 RedBlacks tickets): Sean Smith
  • 3rd Prize (football theme gift basket) John Enright

Thank you so much to everyone for supporting Kemptville Minor Football Club and purchasing a ticket.

Concussion Testing

Now is a great time before the football season starts to think about getting your football player Baseline Tested for concussion. If your child sustains a concussion, baseline testing helps your medical professional determine severity of concussion and helps them plan a proper return-to-play regimen.

Contact Kemptville Physiotherapy Centre to book your appointment. You can get more information on baseline testing at

Why Play Football?

Why play football in Kemptville? Football is not only a great way for kids to stay active, but it encourages discipline, teamwork and helps foster new friendships.

Below is one of the many KMFC success stories.

Dear Coach Dave,

I am writing this letter to let you know how grateful I am for the football program that you run in Kemptville.

A couple of years ago, my son who was a shy kid with no friends and low self esteem, at my suggestion tried for your spring program. He was so scared and ready to quit after 10 minutes. During the tryouts, the manager of your team took my son aside and with patience encouraged him not to give up. Since that day my son's life changed completely.

I would like let you know that the team sprit that you promote during your training session, respect, discipline and fun, made my son to feel that he belongs, that being a big kid is OK and that friends do still exists. After the first year his self confidence increased , he developed friendships on the football field as well at school and he started to excel in his studies. Last year he received Honor Roll for the first time.

I would like to take this opportunity to offer my sincere thanks to you and to your team manager for all your hard work that you put year after year as you touch in such positive way the life of many kids and teenagers. I am sure that my son is one of the many success stories.

Thank you again.

One of the many happy football moms