We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 6:30PM. Click the arrow for information on how to join!
The goal of Red Deer Minor Football is to provide the opportunity for young people in our community to play and enjoy the game of Canadian football in a safe, encouraging and structured environment.  They strive to make the football experience fun and enjoyable for the player and the player’s family.

Unlike most other minor sports that a child may participate in, Red Deer Minor Football provides each player with the protective equipment that is needed to play football.  They have worked very hard over the years and spent a great deal of money to supply each player with high-quality equipment. What does this mean for families?  It means that once their registration fees are paid there are no other expenses to participate other than a pair of new or used cleats. For the hours of practice and playing time that each player receives during the season, there is NO better value for minor sport in Red Deer than football.

Red Deer Minor Football is a community-based program that is governed by a Board of Executives. Everyone that serves on their Board of Executives is a volunteer; there are no paid positions in the organization. They are a grassroots organization that is driven by people in the community that are passionate about football and enriching the community by providing a positive minor sports program for the young people of Red Deer.

Red Deer Minor Football manages all affairs of minor football in Red Deer specifically the Pee Wee and Atom divisions for players aged 7 thru 12. By teaching young people the game of football, they strive to instill an attitude of respect, humility, and teamwork in every player that participates in Red Deer Minor Football.

 Play Football – Get in the Game!


It’s all about Football, Fun & Fair Play!

The Atom tackle football league is designed for athletes that are 7-10 years old. Both boys and girls can participate. The Atom league is a full contact, tackle football league. Atom football is designed to be a non-competitive, fair play league that focuses on developing a players’ overall understanding of the rules of football, player skill development, team play and sportsmanship. Their hope is that young athletes will develop a love for the game of football as RDMF provides a fun, safe and encouraging atmosphere for all participants.


Football – Get in the Game!

Many have said that there is nothing better than Pee Wee football. It is a great experience for the player and their family. Pee Wee football combines some of the introductory & fun components of the Atom program with some of the competitive aspects of higher levels of football to create a one-of-a-kind football experience. Pee Wee football is open to boys and girls. Athletes eligible to play Pee Wee football must be 11 or 12 years old in this calendar year. Unlike most other sports, football is a game that relies on all 12 players on the field working together at the same time to execute a play. Therefore, practice time is extremely important for the development of each player and for the development of the team. Players and families are expected to display the level of commitment necessary to ensure personal and team success. Football is a wonderful sport that teaches many valuable life lessons. A football player will learn about teamwork, commitment, giving their best effort, perseverance, and many other important qualities. Unlike our society today that values instant gratification, football is a game that values commitment over time to achieve team and personal satisfaction and success.


The funds from the Red Deer Kinsmen provided new practice jerseys to all registered athletes and the Kinsmen logo is on the back of each jersey in appreciation.The Kinsmen is also listed as a sponsor on the RDMF web page, and our logo will also be on the field sign dividers.
Future of the club? They want to grow the program. They have seen significant growth over the last two seasons in their Atom Division, and are looking forward to that following into the Peewee Division. They are also looking at building a storage facility to house equipment and provide more space for the organization to continue its growth in the community.