Kingston Grenadiers Football Club
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The Kingston Grenadiers Football Club is a not-for-profit association overseen by a volunteer board of directors, coaches and staff, that has offered competitive AAA summer football at the bantam, junior and senior varsity levels since 2004. The Kingston Grenadiers compete at the AAA level in the Ontario Summer Football League and are member of Football Ontario and Football Canada. In addition to learning, playing, and enjoying football at the highest level of youth amateur competition, our emphasis will always be placed on sportsmanship, self-discipline, teamwork, academic achievement and community involvement.

We attract top players come from across Frontenac, Hastings, Lanark, Leeds, Lennox and Prince Edward counties, and our teams travel from Ottawa to Windsor. Our players go on to compete at the university and college levels across the country, and some of our alumni have and are currently playing at in the professional ranks. Over the past 20 years, thousands of young athletes have been involved with the Grenadiers Football Club, learning not only how to elevate their football game, but the fundamentals of how to be a good citizen through accountability, leadership, and positive sportsmanship. Skills that are valuable both on and off the field.


Developing our youth to achieve individual success through teamwork, sportsmanship and character building that will guide them both on and off the field and into our community.


Kingston Grenadiers Football Association's mission is to foster a program that is dedicated to providing the youth of Kingston and surrounding area, an environment that is fun, safe and educational to learn and succeed in the game of football.

We will achieve this through:

  • Providing a safe and nurturing environment for the players,
  • Coaching to help them develop the skills needed to succeed,
  • Fostering an environment where respect to ones-self, teammates, opponents, officials and coaches are demanded,
  • Providing our coaches with the tools, resources and support they need to lead,
  • Embracing the diversity of our community and the communities around us,
  • Encouraging the continued involvement of the parents.