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Fontana Pop Warner’s cheer program is designed to inspire our athletes (ages 5 -14) by teaching them the important values of dedication, teamwork, friendship, leadership, and good sportsmanship. We encourage all our athletes to meet each new task with a positive attitude, as well as to believe and trust in themselves and each other.

Our goal is to teach our cheerleaders how to support one another and to encourage their teammates through positive reinforcement and mutual respect for their team, their coaches, and FPW.

FPW strives to make Cheerleading FUN, learning experience with lessons that follow them far beyond the spirit of cheering. Each squad is designed to work as a team representing their fellow football players during the games and to demonstrate their athletic abilities on the field and during competitions. Coaches and volunteers are dedicated individuals who enjoy working with and teaching these young girls while embracing Pop Warner’s National Philosophy of “Academics and Athletics go hand-in-hand”.

Cheerleading was officially recognized in the 1970’s but has been a part of the Pop Warner program for several decades. The first ever National Cheerleading competition was held in DeKalb County, GA. Today, 120,000 children are participating in cheerleading and dance around the United States.

The Spirit Program is growing in numbers each year due to the popularity of the sport. To keep pace with the many new changes in the cheer and dance industry, there are a few basic rules that are unique to Pop Warner Spirit Squads. For a complete list of Pop Warner guidelines, please download the Official Pop Warner Rulebook.


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