Brandon Broncos Youth Football and Cheer
Brandon football started its formation in the fall of 1968 because of Willard McClamma had a dream. McClamma, the founder and the first athletic director, was a former P.A.L. football coach with lots of love and interest in the youth of Brandon. Since P.A.L. had team limits and so many boys were interested in football, McClamma decided Brandon needed its own football league.
The Broncos was the first and is the oldest football league in Brandon. Originally starting with three teams, the boys did then as they do now, need encouragement, so the cheerleaders were formed at the same time. On March 18, 1968, the charter was signed, making Brandon Junior Football an accredited non-profit organization. In 1972, Brandon junior football was admitted to the Florida Youth Conference League and in 1979 joined the Tampa Bay Youth Conference. Today, the Brandon Broncos is home to over 250 football and cheer participants.
We are the oldest organization in Brandon and still remain rich in culture and tradition.
The goal of this organization is to provide an opportunity for youth and their families to participate in football and cheerleading activities, that promote and further both physical and emotional growth. This philosophy dictates that all Broncos act in ways that promote the growth of the entire organization and not in ways to promote the needs of any one individual or group of individuals."