We are Burlington Football. Our objective is to provide football for our members from the age of 8 to 18. Every year we field 100+ teams within our multiple programs. Our Distinguished Alumni have graduated to play in the CIS, QUA, NCAA, CFL and NFL.
WE HAVE PROVIDED THE GREATEST FOOTBALL in Halton
We are engaged in four key programs: Flag Football, Summer Stampeders, Fall Stampeders, and Player Development.
The Burlington Minor Football Association will be holding its 2022 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022.
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Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
The Bantam Stampeders won their semi-final game this past Sunday, bringing the Scarborough Thunder's Bantam season to a close with Burlington's 42-12 victory. The Stamps will go on the road for the championship game which is being held at Brampton's Chinguacousy Park where they will face the 5-3 Cambridge Lions. Burlington faced Cambridge during the regular season and managed to seize a 22-7 victory, but the Lions finished second and will be looking to upset the Stampeders to take the first Ontario Fall Football League championship.
The game will kick off at 7:15pm on Sunday, November 14th. The winner of that game will go on to face the winners from the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) of the Ottawa region for a new kind of overall-provincial championship. We wish the boys and their coaches the best of luck this Sunday as always. Go Stamps!!!
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
The Peewee Stampeders season came to an end this weekend after their playoff loss to Vaughan. The Rebels, who were 4-2 before the game, were the favourites to win; they had already defeated our Peewee team during the regular season 12-2, but the Stampeders were able to move the ball more successfully this time around. The final score was 18-6. Vaughan will continue on to play this weekend against the undefeated Scarborough Thunder and will face an uphill battle as Scarborough won their first contest 42-0.
Huge congratulations go out to our Peewee players and the coaching staff led by head coach Peter Wilson. The team showed huge improvement and determination over the fall season!
Monday, November 1st, 2021
The Bantam Stampeders completed a perfect regular season of 6-0 in a win against the Cambridge Lions. Cambridge came out hard, holding the Stampeders to their closest game this season, scoring 14 points and falling just shy of Burlington's 16 points. Burlington had locked up first overall going into the game, but maintaining their undefeated status was a feather in the cap for the boys and their coaches.
Vaughan's loss, as well as a loss by Cambridge to Scarborough, and a win by Hamilton over Niagara created an interesting three-way-tie for second place between Vaughan, Cambridge, and Hamilton and as of this morning, we're not entirely sure how that unravels as the teams all finished 3-3, and in head-to-head wins vs. losses, Cambridge beat Vaughan, Vaughan beat Hamilton, and Hamilton beat Cambridge. It appears that it's been settled with Vaughan in 2nd, Cambridge in 3rd, and Hamilton in 4th, but that may be subject to change.
What we know is that Burlington has finished first, clinching home-field advantage for the first round of the playoffs! Go Stamps Go!
Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
The Peewee Stampeders ended their regular season this weekend in a game against Scarborough, coming up short by a score of 36-1, making their record just shy of .500 on the season. The boys got off to a slow start but managed to gallop back from their 0-2 start, winning two of their last four, and tying the other. Their record finds them in fourth place behind Scarborough (1), Vaughan (2), and Cambridge (3), but Vaughan and Cambridge have yet to face each other in their final game of the season.
If Vaughan beats Cambridge, both Cambridge and Burlington will finish the season 2-3-1, and since Burlington, both beat and tied Cambridge in the regular season, the Stampeders would climb into third, and face Vaughan in the first round of the playoffs. The Stamps previously lost to the Rebels 12-2 earlier in the season, but have improved by leaps and bounds since then. It would be a much softer road to the championship than traveling through Scarborough, so we'll be awaiting news of the Rebels-Lions outcome!
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