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Beaverton Youth Football strives to provide all of its players with equipment that is in excellent condition. If for some reason your equipment appears to be faulty or does not fit properly, please contact our equipment managers at equipment@beavertonfootball.com
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EQUIPMENT HANDOUT
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Equipment handout is Saturday, August 5th
LOCATION - Map It

Sunburst Warehouse
10054 SW Arctic Dr.
Beaverton, OR 97005

The warehouse next to Fastenal behind Sylvan Signs on Artic Drive

Players will report by grade level. At the time of equipment hand-out, all paper work MUST be turned in, or previously mailed in and received. We expect that you will mail it to us before the end of June. This includes your signed Registration Form and the TVYFL MEDICAL FORM signed by a physician. If you have not mailed in your player registration and TVYFL Medical Form so that we receive it before the equipment handout then you MUST bring them to the equipment handout. No forms, no equipment! If you are unable to attend on the August 5th, we will have equipment available for pick-up the week of August 7th during specified times.

If you do not mail-in your form expect delays at equipment handout. If you miss August 5th expect your player to miss practice time and possibly playing time.

Please send an email to equipment@beavertonfootball.com with any questions.

Times are as follows for equipment pick up

8th Grade - 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

7th Grade - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

6th Grade - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

5th Grade - 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

3rd and 4th Grade - 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

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EQUIPMENT CARE
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The player and family are responsible for the proper care and use of equipment provided to you. Please ensure that equipment is returned on the requested return date, is laundered and in good repair. Your attention will enable Beaverton Youth Football to control costs and provide equipment to all future participants.

Helmet Care

Try keeping your helmet clean and free of debris. You can do this by simply wiping with a damp cloth. NEVER use abrasive cleaners or solvents to clean helmet. The Beaverton Youth Football Equipment Managers have special helmet cleaning solutions if a damp cloth will not work.

Always inspect your helmet - paying particular attention to the fasteners that attach the facemask and chin strap. If the helmet appears damaged in any way - IMMEDIATELY show your Coach or one of the Beaverton Youth Football Equipment Managers. NEVER play or participate in contact drills with a damaged helmet.

Wash & Care Instructions for Integrated Pants & Jerseys
Cold Water Wash
  1. COLD WATER WASH, please. And wash them separately from other garments. Keep whites and colors apart.
  2. DO NOT DRY CLEAN OR PRESS garments. This will discolor the fabric.
  3. Do not allow perspiration soaked or muddy garments to lie in a pile or rest on top of each other for any period of time. Launder them immediately if they really, really need it. However, it is not necessary to launder after every wearing. Simply hang them on a plastic or wooden hanger until the next day of practice. DO NOT OVER-WASH pants.
  4. DO NOT remove the belt or pads. FASTEN HOOK & LOOP belts before washing so they don't bounce around in the washer.
  5. DO NOT use chlorine bleach. DO NOT use fabric softeners. DO NOT soak the pants. Softeners deteriorate garments with spandex. They also restrict the effectiveness of Dri-Fit technology and act as a magnet to dirt.
  6. Use MILD powdered detergent. Detergents with pH under 10 are recommended for athletic uniforms. Powdered detergents are recommended for athletic colors.
  7. REMOVE garments from the machine immediately after washing. This will help avoid color bleeding, particularly on color blocked garments.
Air Dry
  1. Allow the pants and game jersey to AIR DRY. If you must dry them, do so on the LOWEST setting. Line Drying is recommended, particularly with these garments.
  2. Be sure these garments are completely dry before storing.
ONCE again, COLD WASH and AIR DRYING are the best way to launder these items so that they stay looking new!
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HELPFUL INFORMATION
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Helmet
In general, helmets are not comfortable. They are tight, heavy and difficult to get used to, but they protect the most important part of our body. Players will be fitted for their helmet, and should wear them for at least a week before asking for a larger size. It takes about that long to get used to wearing one. Helmets can be adjusted by adding or removing air, or changing the ear pads. Please see your coach if you want to make adjustments. Never add or remove air from a helmet on your own.
Pants
Pants should extend to just below the knee cap. The knee pad should cover the knee cap and not be above or below it.
Shoulder Pads
Should be tight against the chest and back with draw string pulled tight. Inside pad that sits on the shoulders should extend just past the outside of player shoulder.
Extra Equipment
It is the responsibility of each player to arrive at practice and games with all their equipment including their mouth piece. Coaches will have a supply of extra mouth pieces and helmet ear pads, along with repair equipment, but if a player shows up without a mouth piece, or full set of pads, they will not be able to participate.