Massapequa Youth Football
Since 1958
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  • Travel Teams

    Massapequa Mustang Football is much

    more than athletes and coaches taking

    the field to play a game - it is a family.

    Mustang Pride since 1958!

    Our fans, support staff and athletes are all

    'Dedicated to Excellence' through Integrity,

    Trust, Respect, Teamwork and Loyalty.

    It is this commitment on and off the

    field that makes the Mustangs unique

    and assures that the long and rich

    tradition of Mustang Excellence

    will keep growing for years to come.

    Go to our Travel Teams page...

  • Town Divisions


    Our intramural divisions are used
    to promote wellness and allow players
    who do not compete on our travel level
    an opportunity to be active.

    Out goal is to provide the opportunity for
    every participant, regardless of his/her
    ability, to realize the joy and fun of
    participation in football.

    Click on the link below for more

       View Town Teams...
  • Flag Teams


    Our flag divsion provides young
    players a fun and exciting opportunity
    to engage in non-contact, continuous
    action while learning lessons in

    The program is designed to educate
    young people about football while
    emphasizing participation and
    sportsmanship. Players learn skills
    and lessons that help them succeed
    both on and off the field.

    Click an option below for
    more information...

  • Cheerleading

    Our Mustang Cheeleaders are known for their

    excellence with high standards and as always,

    safety is always our number one priority.

    Our cheerleading program teaches the importance of

    teamwork, diligence and responsibility.

    The goal of our program is to produce young people

    that have a respect for themselves, others, and the

    sport of cheer, and helps them be the best that

    they can be!

    More about our Mustangs Cheerleader Program...

  • Coaching

    Coaches are the key to effective

    personal, team and group


    With the Massapequa Mustangs we believe

    truly effective coaching occurs in

    the context of an ongoing relationship

    between the coach and participant,

    founded upon experience,

    mutual honesty, trust and positive regard.

    Learn about the Mustangs Coaching Philosophy ...

  • About Us

    Massapua Mustangs Youth

    Football provides the perfect

    opportunity for boys and girls to be in

    a structured environment that will teach

    young people how interact and

    collaborate with other people within

    a team framework.


    Youth Football Since 1958!


    Click for more information ...

  • October 22, 2017 01:30 PM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang Seniors
  • October 22, 2017 09:00 AM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 9s
  • October 22, 2017 09:00 AM
    Seamans Neck Pk Seaford
    Mustang 8s
    Seaford Broncos
  • October 22, 2017 10:30 AM
    Farmingdale Hs Farmingdale
    Mustang 12s
    Farmingdale Hawks
  • October 22, 2017 12:00 PM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 11s
    Garden City B
  • October 22, 2017 10:30 AM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 10s
    Franklin Square
  • October 21, 2017 11:45 AM
    Army 7s
  • October 21, 2017 10:00 AM
    Mustangs Ironman
  • October 18, 2017 06:30 PM
    Mustang Navy
  • October 14, 2017 06:00 PM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 9s 33
    Seaford Broncos 6
  • October 14, 2017 07:30 PM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 12s 8
    Long Beach 14
  • October 15, 2017 09:00 AM
    John Burns Pk Massapequa
    Mustang 11s 34
    Mineola 12
  • October 15, 2017 12:30 PM
    Lincoln Park Hempstead
    Mustang 8s 7
    Hempstead Tigers 0
  • October 15, 2017 01:30 PM
    Newbridge Rd Pk Bellmore
    Mustang Seniors 25
    Bellmore Braves 12
  • October 14, 2017 12:15 PM
    Usc 0
    Mustang Michigan 0
  • October 14, 2017 12:30 PM
    Michigan 0
    Mustang Usc 0
  • October 14, 2017 03:30 PM
    Nypd 0
    Army 7s 0
  • October 14, 2017 03:30 PM
    Army 0
    Mustang Nypd 0
  • October 16, 2017 07:00 PM
    Spiderman 0
    Mustangs Capt America 0
  • October 18, 2017 06:30 PM
    Mustang Navy


1 - Support and contribute to the coach's and organization's effort to create an environment in which children and adults have fun with sports. Encourage all players on the team and the opposition team. Engage in only positive cheering and cheer effort as much as outcome.

2 - Cooperate with efforts to teach the basic skills, rules and strategies of the sport. Insure that your child is able to attend the majority of practices and games. Become familiar with the basic rules and strategies of the sport and the coach's plan of instruction. Inform the coach of any ongoing scheduling conflicts in advance. Refrain from sideline coaching. Practice with your child and help them identify how they can contribute to their team as well as setting personal goals.

3 - Model appropriate fan behavior and good sportsmanship. Encourage through positive cheering competitiveness within the bounds of good sportsmanship. Show respect for the officials all the time, especially when you disagree. Acknowledge good plays of the opposition. Treat players of the other teams as members of our community first and as opponents secondarily. Refrain from actions or words that undercut the self-esteem of players on the other teams. Don't make negative comments about the other team as a means of encouraging or cheering for you child's team.


1) All spectators (even parents with cameras) are required to stay behind the ropes at all times, home and away. Only tagged coaches, chain gang operators or league officials are permitted inside the ropes. THIS IS A SAFETY MATTER - YOUR TEAM WILL BE FINED IF YOU VIOLATE THIS RULE.

2) All spectators are expected to conduct themselves in the appropriate manner at all times and show respect for your team and its coaches, the opposing teams and coaches, and most of all the referees.

It is a new league rule instituted in 2008 that any spectator (including parents, relatives, etc) ejected from a field for inappropriate behavior by a referee or a Field Director MUST ALSO REMOVE THE PLAYER THEY ARE SUPPORTING FROM THE FIELD. That player is then punished for their parent's behavior by being suspended for the following game also. If a team does not give the player's name, the league will look into the matter and force the team to forfeit each succeeding game until the player is properly suspended for the following game. This rule may seem unfair, but the rule exists as a result of the negative trend in parent behavior at youth sports events.

Code of conduct for coaches in the Mustang organization

This organization is about the kids and the kids only. Although we do appreciate all volunteers, any coach especially one taking away from the focus of the kids and directing attention to themselves due to irrational behavior, and inability to control themselves on the sideline will not be tolerated. We must remember that we as coaches represent the Mustang organization with our behavior.

With this being said here are a few simple rules all coaches in the organization will follow. These rules will be broad in nature but harsh in punishment.

1- any coach arguing with a referee and receiving a flag for misconduct will be suspended for one game. If this same coach continues a similar pattern of behavior and results in his second flag of the year for misconduct this coach will be dismissed for the rest of the year.

2-any coach found to be drinking, smoking or under the influence of any type of drug in the presence their team will be immediately dismissed as coach.

3-any coach caught berating or cursing any of his players, will immediately receive a one-game suspension. And if pattern of behavior continues will be dismissed as coach.

4-any coach creating an unsafe environment in any way, during practice or game, will be immediately dismissed.

The Mustang organization was and always will be about the players, not the coaches. We are here to teach them the proper way to play football, and the proper way to act on the field. Control your personal emotions set an example of how to act as a man. Football has enough enemies as it is we don’t need to fulfill the stereotype of all football coaches that just scream and yell acting like lunatics on the sideline.