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Mission Statement

The mission of the Capital City Steelers is to provide a healthy. postive environment to teach youth sports and team work along with a strong emphasis on the importance of academics. We strive to help keep our children healthy through physical activiy with football and cheerleading as well as healthy mentally by requiring good grades in their classes at school for participation in our program. We also stress the importance of high self esteem for our participants and require our coaches to attend trainings to learn to promote this in their coaching techniques.


The Capital City Youth Sports Association (CCYSA), proudly known as the Capital City Steelers, was founded in 1994. CCYSA is an all-volunteer 501c-3 non-profit organization serving boys and girls from ages 5 to 15 from all around the Wake County area.

CCYSA is a part of the Pop Warner Little Scholars organization that is now celebrating more than 70 years as the only National Youth Football and Cheerleading Program in the United States. Pop Warner now has more than 300,000 kids participating each year.

Every year, CCYSA supports over 300 youth football players and cheerleaders.

Over the past decade, CCYSA has accumulated many football and cheerleading titles including three National Football titles. More importantly, many of our teams have been the recipients of Mid-South Regional Academic Excellence

Awards, and we have placed boys and girls on the National Pop Warner AU Academic Team for many seasons.

CCYSA, a volunteer organized and operated non-profit organization, depends upon volunteers, parents, and participants to raise funds on an annual basis to offset the cost of insurance, equipment, and field costs as well as funding scholarships for underprivileged children. Since we are a 501c-e non-profit organization, we do not receive any public funding and are not funded by the City of Raleigh or Wake County.

To learn more about the Capital City Steelers, see the attached document of all the Steeler accomplishments and/or visit us on the Web at http://www.capitalcitysteelers.com./





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Would you recommend Capital City Youth Sports Assocation (Capital City Steelers)?

by Kenedi S. (April 7, 2010)
because i was a cheerleader in 2009 and it was my first time ever cheering and they were pacient and nice
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