If you’re reading this, you’re probably involved with a developmental football team in some capacity or have a friend or loved one involved with a team. At Developmental Football USA, we exist to help all developmental football teams grow and we want to help your team grow. We do this by providing more exposure through articles, social media and occasionally video, while teams do their part in their respective communities and through social media.
The more each team grows, the better the football experience is for players, coaches, owners, leagues, fans, friends and family. It’s all about the big picture. The more our site and social media accounts grow, the more each team featured on them grows, meaning more opportunities come along for teams and players.
We’ve received testimonies from teams who have had television and newspapers cover their games because the media came across our stories on the web. We’ve also been asked by different media outlets if they can print our stories, and they did. When this happens, an exponentially larger amount of people learn about your team.
We believe these same results can happen for every team and there’s a way to maximize the chances of that happening by maximizing each thing we do. We volunteer our time to help lift your team up, free of charge, and we believe we offer a quality product for this level of football.
With all of that being said, we’ve learned in our time doing this that everyone is not quite as Internet and social media savvy as we initially thought, so we’re here to help. Whenever we publish a story on your team, we ask that you share it from our page.
Your team page, team profile or your coach’s profile should be tagged in the post, so you should receive a notification that takes you directly to the post. If you can’t find it, here are some instructions to help:
Step 1: On Facebook, type “Developmental Football USA” into the search bar, then go down and click the link as shown below.
Step 2: Scroll down and find the post about your team, then click the “Share” button.