Cleveland Browns Youth Football

With youth football providing year-round programming for players, coaches, officials and parents, the Cleveland Browns continue to evolve as a development leader for the game of football. Through camps, clinics and other football-based initiatives, the Browns strive to provide quality programs to ensure the youth of today are involved with the sport for generations to come.

Youth Football Programs

The 2015 Cleveland Browns Football Camp will help kids 7-12 years old sharpen their skills as they work on all the basics, from passing and kicking to blocking and defense. Both camp sessions will take place at FirstEnergy Stadium, Home of the Cleveland Browns.

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The Moms Clinic is an interactive and educational forum designed to educate moms about how the game is being played safer and better than ever before. Participants will learn about concussion awareness, proper nutrition and heat and hydration; practice proper tackling techniques; and hear directly from medical experts.

The Cleveland Browns Foundation has renewed its commitment to the Adapted Football League in an effort to develop and offer recreational experiences that encourage children with disabilities. The Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League offers a competitive football league for talented children and adults with disabilities and is the first league of its kind in the state of Ohio.

NFL FLAG Powered by USA Football provides opportunities for children age 5-17 to enjoy America's favorite sport. Players benefit by being physically active through non-contact, continuous action while learning the fundamentals of football, lessons in teamwork and sportsmanship.

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Every year, millions of boys and girls from around the country take part in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition. Punt, Pass & Kick is a national skills competition for boys and girls to complete separately against their peers in punting, passing and place kicking. The NFL wants every child to be given an equal opportunity to compete, so there is no registration fee or purchase required for any participant to enter.

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USA Football

USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002 and is composed of members – youth coaches, league commissioners and game officials – residing in all 50 states. USA Football is the Official Youth Football Development Partner of the NFL and NFLPA.

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High School Football Programs

In an effort to further promote those who contribute to making high school football throughout Northeast Ohio better than anywhere else in the country, the Browns have created the Cleveland Browns High School Game of the Week, presented by PNC Bank.

The showcase is designed for current high school students that want to continue their playing career at the collegiate level. The Showcase features combine-style testing as well as position specific drills, which includes passing, route running, linemen work, agility bags, and much more.


NFL Prep provides high-school and college student-athletes of all sports with tools to assist them to succeed in life, focused on awareness, prevention, intervention and education.

The high school player development program aims to develop productive members of society as well as good football players. We use the newest techniques and instruction from a wide range of colleges and look to constantly improve the fundamentals of the game.

Heads Up Football℠ is a comprehensive collection of resources, programs, applications and promotions to create change and address the complex challenges of player health and safety in youth and high school football.

We know teams are giving back, and making a difference in their communities throughout the year, be part of the Cleveland Browns signature First and Ten program, and show your team pride. Together we can inspire local, national and global goodwill.  Start by sharing your stories by using the hashtag #Give10, and click the image to learn how your team and school can get involved. GIVE TEN HOURS, HELP YOUR COMMUNITY.

Community Photos

  • PHOTOS: NFL Play 60 After School

    Posted May 25, 2016

    The Browns visited the Walton School to encourage positive interaction between classmates who best exemplify teamwork.

  • PHOTOS: Bowl for Kids' Sake SPORTS BOWL

    Posted May 20, 2016

    Browns staff took on Indians for the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake event to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cleveland. Browns brought home the trophy again this year.

  • PHOTOS: Browns recognize students with exemplary attendance

    Posted May 18, 2016

    Browns players visited Clark School to surprise scholars with excellent attendance as part of the Browns Foundation support of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District “Get to School, You Can Make It!” attendance campaign.

  • PHOTOS: 2016 Fan Fest

    Posted May 14, 2016

    The Dawg Pound was out in full force at the Browns' annual Fan Fest.

  • PHOTOS: Browns visit Walton School

    Posted May 11, 2016

    Browns players visited Walton School, a community partner of the Cleveland Browns Foundation, to spread the message of kindness and the importance of education.