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The Garner Trojans are your local Pop Warner association and is provided by the Garner Civitan.  We will serve nearly 2o0 children each season through as many as 7 football teams and 4 cheer and dance squads.  

We are grateful to our volunteers who participate as coaches, team parents, board members and in other support areas.  Because our organization is 100% volunteer managed, we are able to invest everything we have into the children!

Garner Pop Warner is a non-profit, volunteer organization that offers young athletes tackle football for ages 5 to 15, depending on weight and cheer from ages 5 t0 15.  The age is the participants age as of July 31 of this calendar year. There are no tryouts. Participants are placed on teams on a first-come, first-served basis as space permits. We are committed to supply your child with a quality experience in a safe environment that promotes excellent sportsmanship and teamwork through football, cheerleading, and dance. The Trojans provide an enjoyable atmosphere while teaching positive life lessons and promoting scholastic achievement.

We look forward to seeing all of you for the 2023 season.


  About Garner Pop Warner Association   Garner Pop Warner Association, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation that was founded in 1996 for the purpose of developing, fostering, and generating a local Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading program. We are a subordinate member of Pop Warner Little Scholars, and are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by PWLS.

We are part of the Mid-South Region, a geographical division put in place by Pop Warner Little Scholars. Within our Region, there are several Leagues. Our League is the Consolidated Football Federation, or CFF. Just over a dozen Associations make up the CFF. These are the teams our children meet in games.

Our organization is run entirely by volunteers. All the members of the Board of Directors are volunteers, and are not compensated for the hundreds of hours they work throughout the year to keep this program going. All our coaches and seasonal staff are also volunteers who put in many hours on and off the practice fields each season.

The program is funded through registration fees, game admission fees, sponsors, and fundraisers. All funds are put back into the program to pay expenses and make improvements. Some of the expenses we incur each year include: repair and/or replacement of equipment and uniforms, field usage fees, insurance, membership dues, background checks for staff, merchandise for resale, referees, end-of-year participant trophies, and other miscellaneous administrative expenses.

Each year we strive to improve and nurture this program, thus ensuring its continued existence and availability for the community. We appreciate the support and enthusiasm of all our volunteers, sponsors, and parents.