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Cheerleading General Information


The Cheerleading Program of KCFC is offered to youth in kindergarten through 8th grade. Squads are formed by high school area and cheer for fall football teams. Games are played at Heritage Park Football Complex, school district and private facilities in Johnson County (KS) school districts and fields at Northland locations (Kearney, Liberty, Platte County, Smithville, St. Joseph and Savannah), as available.  Some squads also cheer for winter basketball teams in GABL or other basketball leagues.  KCFC is a rec program, but squads are given the opportunity to participate in the annual Cheer and Dance Competition.

On-line registration is available January 1 through June 1.  Anyone registering after June 1 will be accepted only based on availability on squads after the deadline - so don't delay in registering so that you can ensure your place on a squad! Earlier registration also allows you to be involved in fundraising opportunities to help offset uniform and other additional costs.  You may register your child for the cheerleading program without paying the registration fee by selecting to PAY BY CHECK. This completes the registration, but does not require you to pay the registration fee.  The registration fee must be paid by July 31.

Junior Cheerleading Program is available to youth who will be in Kindergarten through 3rd grade in the coming school year. 

The "Senior" Cheerleading Program is available to 4th through 8th graders. Many school districts only go through 6th grade -- Blue Valley goes through 7th grade and Shawnee Mission goes through 8th grade.  

New or used uniforms must be purchased by the parent/guardian. Cost for uniforms vary, depending on the high school area. Information on uniforms is available through your coach or area director. The basic uniform includes skirt, briefs and top. There is an additional cost for accessories. 

Fundraising opportunities are determined by each high school area. Some individual squads also do fundraising for specific activities.

The success of this program depends on quality adult leadership and participation. The support and involvement of parents whose children take part in the program is critical to its success. Coaches, assistant coaches and squad assistants are always needed. If you can help your squad, please contact your cheerleading area director.


The cheer registration deadline is June 1.  Late registrations will be placed on a waitlist and will be activated if the high school area and grade in which you reside is still able to add cheerleaders to the squad.  Once activated, you will be able to log back into your account to pay the registration fee.

Registration Listing

2024 Cheerleading

Kindergarten-3rd Grade

Registration closes on 06/01/2024 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 06/01/2024 to 02/25/2025

4th-8th Grade

Registration closes on 06/01/2024 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 06/01/2024 to 02/01/2025

Please read the information below. At the bottom of the page is a link to register. By registering, you agree and understand all the information listed on this page.

Q: Where do the events take place?
Tackle and flag games are primarily played at Heritage Football Park located at 16240 Pflumm, just south of 159th on Pflumm, in Olathe.  Flag games may also be held at Heritage Park Soccer, school or private facilities in northern Johnson County.  Tackle games are also played at fields hosted by our teams in the Northland (Kearney, Liberty North, Platte County, Smithville, St. Joseph and Savannah). Some squads also cheer for basketball. All basketball games are played at public schools throughout Johnson County. All KCFC sponsored camps, clinics and competitions are held in Johnson County.

Q: How much time is required? 
Most areas and squads hold mandatory parent meetings. All cheerleaders must attend area uniform fitting to purchase a uniform. Practice days and times vary by squad. Practices may not begin prior to coaches attending the KCFC Coaching Seminar, the first being held in May. Practice becomes mandatory August 1st.  Flag football games may begin in late August through mid to late October; tackle games are scheduled Labor Day weekend through the end of October. Basketball games start in December or January and run through the end of February. In addition, most squads participate in the mid-November Cheer and Dance Competition.

Q: What is the average cost?
After the registration fee, uniform/accessories/dues generally cost between $220-$300 and vary by area. Fundraising is available to help cover the cost of uniforms and accessories. Most areas do offer some used uniforms at reduced prices. Practice facility fees, if any, are divided evenly between the squad. Some squads choose to go to optional camps, clinics or competitions and costs vary. Some areas have squad or area dues that help pay for various squad or area expenses (e.g., facilities, bows, area apparel/practice uniforms, etc.)

Q: Who are the coaches?
Coaches are all volunteers. All coaches are required to submit to a criminal background check. If interested in coaching, please complete an application during your child's registration and or contact your area director for more information.

Contact Us


Office: 15030 W. 106th St Lenexa KS 66215 Complex: Heritage Park Football 162nd & Pflumm Olathe KS, Weather Line: 913-800-5590 Ext 12 for Heritage Park All Fields

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 913-831-6000
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