Playing in the Ute Conference

Best in the State of Utah?

Ute Conference Website The Ute Conference has been playing youth football as a tax-exempt public charity since 1966. With a total of 36 separate high school districts, today the Ute Conference is the largest independent youth football conference in the nation. Its numbers of both large and small districts allow it to provide a level playing field across districts and divisions that smaller football conferences cannot provide. Each division provides an outstanding experience for both its ultra-competitive A-leagues and its more developmental B-leagues. Today, the best youth football in the State of Utah is played in the Ute Conference.

As an organization, the Ute Conference is committed to skilled preparation of coaches and players. No other football conference in Utah holds itself to higher safety standards. As one of USA Football's model youth football organizations, the Ute Conference safety standards are matched by few other youth football organizations. The Ute Conference protects its young players by requiring extensive training aimed at keeping football fun while promoting individual skill and team development. The result is that play is both highly competitive and fun.

More than 60% of Division 6A schools today (like Pleasant Grove High School) play their youth football programs as part of the Ute Conference including: Bingham, Copper Hills, Cyprus, East, Granger, Herriman, Hillcrest, Hunter, Kearns, Pleasant Grove, Riverton, Taylorsville, West Jordan, and Westlake.  And, when it comes to preparing championship level players and teams over the last 25 years, 19 high school state championship winners in the top division grew up playing in the Ute Conference and many more in lower divisions. No other conference can boast such a record. We are confident that no conference in the State of Utah better prepares young players to compete at any level of football than the Ute Conference.

The Ute Conference is not affiliated with the University of Utah.

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