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December 2, 2008

Sports media giant ESPN is broadcasting several Pop Warner football games through its broadband television network .


ESPN360 will have coverage of ALL the games played on Dec. 9 and Dec. 10 (Tuesday and Wednesday) from the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. In addition, those games will be available on demand for several weeks after they’re shown live.


Click here to access ESPN360 and find the broadcast schedule.


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There are 64 football teams and 300 cheer and dance squads heading to the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex later this week for the Pop Warner Super Bowl/Cheer & Dance Championship.


Here's a list of the 64 football teams heading to sunny Florida:


Division I Teams


Boston Raiders (New England)

Eastbay Wolverines (Pacific Northwest)

Harvey Colts (Mid-America)

Northeast Vikings (Southwest)

Palmetto Raiders (Southeast)

Santa Margarita Red Titans (Wescon)

Virginia Beach Mustangs (Mid-South)

White Oak Warriors (Eastern)



Cary Chargers (Mid-South)

East Lynn Bulldogs (New England)

Eastbay Wolfpack (Pacific Northwest)

Nanakuli Hawks (Wescon)

Southeast Dallas Wolverines (Southwest)

Southfield-Lathrup Falcons (Mid-America)

Sweetwater Hawks (Southeast)

White Oak Warriors (Eastern)



Detroit Hurricanes (Mid-America)

Dorchester Eagles (New England)

Frankford Chargers (Eastern)

Grand Park Panthers (Southeast)

Murrieta Valley Thunderhawks (Wescon)

Oak Ridge Colts (Mid-South)

Santa Clara Lions (Pacific Northwest)

Southeast Dallas Wolverines (Southwest)



Asbury Park Blue Bishops (Eastern)

Harvey Colts (Mid-America)

Holy Cross Knights (Southwest)

New Haven Steelers (New England)

Oak Grove Renegades (Pacific Northwest)

Richmond Perrine Giants (Southeast)

Santa Ana White Monarchs (Wescon)

Winston-Salem Indians (Mid-South)


Division II Teams


Brookline-Jamaica Plain Patriots(New England)

Capital City Steelers (Mid-South)

Independence Indians (Mid-America)

North Long Beach Panthers (Wescon)

Northeast Longhorns (Southwest)

Santa Fe Raiders (Southeast)

Sparks Wolfpack (Pacific Northwest)

Western NY Bills (Eastern)



Almaden Mustangs (Pacific Northwest)

Kahului Allii's (Wescon)

Memorial Park Spartans (Mid-America)

Mt. Hope Cowboys (New England)

Port Arthur Cowboys (Southwest)

Port St. Lucie Pirates (Southeast)

Raritan Bay Cougars (Eastern)

Union Road Jaguars (Mid-South)



East Dallas Desperados (Southwest)

Forsyth County Broncos (Mid-South)

Fort Pierce Greyhounds (Southeast)

Lee's Summit Tigers (Mid-America)

North Rockland Red Raiders (Eastern)

Santa Margarita Eagles (Wescon)

West Valley Falcons (Pacific Northwest)

Wolcott Eagles (New England)



Cambrian Valley Longhorns (Pacific Northwest)

Capital City Steelers (Mid-South)

Edgewood Eagles (New England)

Goulds Rams (Southeast)

New Star Kings (Southwest)

Northwest Philly Wildcats (Eastern)

Oak Park Trojans (Mid-America)

Valencia Park Hornets (Wescon)


The list of 300 cheer and dance squads is a little too long for me. So here are links to Pop Warner's official website, which has the teams listed:


The Cheer Squads

The Dance Squads

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