Welcome the Home of the Bridgeton Midget Football League, established in Bridgeton, New Jersey in 1955.

"The Bridgeton Midget Football League strives to provide a safe and organized environment in which to teach our youth the fundamentals of good sportsmanship and competition."
 

 


The Bridgeton Midget Football League is proud to announce that we have joined the Atlantic Coast Youth Football League (formerly Independent Valley Youth Football) of the Atlantic Region of the United Youth Football League.

CLICK HERE for the IVY League Homepage

CLICK HERE for the IVY League Facebook Page

CLICK HERE for the UYFL Homepage

 


 


 


 

BMFL HONORS
VOLUNTEERS

 

The Bridgeton Midget Football League honored some very special volunteers at their Annual THANK YOU Dinner recently
 

Those receiving recognition were the Jr. Executive Committee of the BMFL - Davon Childers, Tamar Nichols, Jaiyon Stubbs, and Jermaine Stubbs-Williams

 

Receiving the "Mary Crokus" Volunteer of the Year Award were the "Salvy Shack Girls" - Margaret Fisher, Hannah Furtek, Rosemary Holst, Millie Mossbrooks, and Michele Smith.

 

    

    

    

 


 

 

 


BMFL Helps City of Bridgeton
Break Guinness World Record

About 200 members, family, and friends of the Bridgeton Midget Football League joined other citizens to take a stand against violence at a gathering at Bridgeton City Hall Annex on Saturday. In the process, they set a Guinness World Record; being part of the Biggest Gospel Choir ever. Actually, they shattered the record. A total of nearly 1,500 participated. THANK YOU to all of the BMFL players, cheerleaders, family, and friends who took the time to show your support for the League and the City of Bridgeton. More importantly, THANKS for showing your support to fight against violence!

 


 

"BMFL Stadium Restoration T-Shirts"
AVAILABLE NOW

CLICK HERE
to Visit the Stadium Restoration Page
and Purchase Your T-Shirt ONLINE
or to Make a Donation

 


 


All-Time BMFL Records for
Four Current Teams Compiled

Total Points Scored 31861
   
Total Points Allowed 11357
   
Total Wins 1127
Total Losses 279
Total Ties 31
   
Overall Winning
Percentage
80.2%

 

Big John's BULLS

1991 - 2011

Joyce's WHIPS

1973 - 2011

Cumberland Dairy PACKERS

1979 - 2011

5th Ward GEMS

1960 - 2011

Points Scored

4877

Points Scored

8070

Points Scored

8315

Points Scored

10599

Points Allowed

1370

Points Allowed

2845

Points Allowed

2397

Points Allowed

4745

TOTAL Wins

191

TOTAL Wins

315

TOTAL Wins

268

TOTAL Wins

353

TOTAL Losses

17

TOTAL Losses

68

TOTAL Losses

63

TOTAL Losses

131

TOTAL Ties

3

TOTAL Ties

8

TOTAL Ties

8

TOTAL Ties

12

Overall Winning

Percentage

91.8%

Overall Winning

Percentage

82.2%

Overall Winning

Percentage

81.0%

Overall Winning

Percentage

72.9%

As many of you already know, Curt Morgan has published a book chronicling the first 55 years of the Bridgeton Midget Football League. He spent countless hours researching every game of the 55 year history of the League. Through all of his hard word, we were able to compile a complete list of the All-Time Records for all four of the current BMFL teams. Below are links to scores for every game ever played by each team.

BIG JOHN'S PIZZA BULLS

JOYCE'S NURSERY WHIPS

CUMBERLAND DAIRY PACKERS

5TH WARD ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GEMS

 

Ever wonder how your favorite BMFL team has done against each opponent they've ever played?
Click on the Team Name below to see the Win-Loss Record against every team we've ever played

BULLS     WHIPS     PACKERS     GEMS

ALL BMFL TEAMS COMBINED

 


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BMFL Establishes NYSCA Chapter to Train Volunteer Coaches/League Administrators
 

     The Bridgeton Midget Football League has established an official chapter of the National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) to train volunteer coaches on the appropriate methods of working with children in sports.
    
The organization joins more than 2,200 organizations across the country that are conducting the NYSCA certification program to help ensure that volunteer coaches in their community have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities.
     More than 1.
8 million volunteer coaches have been trained by NYSCA, which is a program of the National Alliance For Youth Sports, a nonprofit organization that works to provide safe and fun sports for America’s youth.