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About Us

North Attleboro Junior Football (NAJF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving football and cheer participants in the town of North Attleboro. Our family of programs is recognized locally, regionally and nationally as a first-class organization in our community. The organization has delivered thousands of well trained and well-disciplined young athletes to local high schools. These athletes have been seasoned not only in the skills of their sport, but also have learned the essential characteristics of sports competition: Sportsmanship, Work Ethic, and Training. Each program is designed to be both competitive and fun; every season is filled with positive, lifelong memories.

Mission Statement

The North Attleboro Junior Football organization is committed to provide our young student athletes the opportunity to develop disciplined life skills through the game of football and cheerleading. We will use football and cheerleading as a vehicle to teach our players about the values of loyalty, honesty, commitment, work ethic, sportsmanship, pride, integrity, and discipline while preparing them for the demands and expectations they will encounter throughout life. We will do this by creating an atmosphere that:

  • Promotes Self Respect & Discipline
  • Fosters Teamwork & Friendships
  • Teaches Core Fundamentals & Rules of the Game
  • Rewards Sportsmanship & Fair Play
  • Promotes Pride & Leadership
  • Sets an Example of Community Spirit, Giving back to the Community & Good Citizenship

Our goal is to make this the most positive and influential experience that our players and cheerleaders will have.

Most of all, we want everyone to have fun!



60 Year History of N.A.J.F. (1963 – 2023)
NAJF was formed in 1963 as a member of National Pop Warner.
In 1980 NAJF was the first program in the area to start an instructional level to teach 8 and 9 year olds the game which lasted for ten years and then became the league wide Mighty Mites.

NAJF left Pop Warner and joined the Bay State AYF (American Youth Football) league as a member in 2018. NAJF merged with other towns in 2019 to form the EMass league of AYF.

NAJF Hall of Fame began in 1982 to honor long time coaches and board members and currently has seventy-nine members as of 2023.
Former NAJF players Chris Sullivan (Patriots, Steelers) and Anthony Sherman (Cardinals, Chiefs) both have NFL Super Bowl rings.