MIAMI LAKES, Fla. —The Orange Bowl Youth Football League (OBYFA) presented by Metro by T-Mobile visited two South Florida parks this past Saturday;  all in Palm Beach County. Last week’s parks were representatives of the West Boynton Youth Football League and the Palm Beach Youth Football League. The program recognizes select youth football parks across South Florida each Saturday during the fall as part of its continuous community engagement and support.

At each stop, OBIE, the Orange Bowl mascot, is joined by Orange Bowl Committee members, ambassadors and staff in distributing promotional items and discounts from Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance sponsors and presenting each park with a commemorative plaque.

The October 19 visits included trips to Buttonwood Park for the West Boynton Youth Football League and to Lake Lytal Park for the Palm Beach Youth Football League.

The Park of the Week program is an opportunity to impact communities through the inclusion of sports. Orange Bowl members, staff and volunteers are involved with this program to make a difference in the lives of South Florida families.

The Orange Bowl has invested more than $7 million in South Florida Youth Sports Programs since the start of the program in 1999. The OBYFA benefits approximately 13,000 youth football players and cheerleaders reaching from Lake Okeechobee to Key West.

The park being visited this weekend is in Palm Beach County, one of eight South Florida leagues supported by the OBYFA.

This week's complete schedule for October 26 is as follows:

Game Time



9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Village Park

Western Communities Football

Youth sports is one of the four pillars of Orange Bowl Community Outreach, which also includes fundraising and community events, academic programs and scholarships, and legacy gifts. For 85 years, the Orange Bowl has been one of South Florida’s leading civic organizations, promoting championship sporting events, related premier entertainment and other year-round activities to inspire youth, engage our community and enhance the South Florida economy.

This year’s Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance is again presented by Metro by T-Mobile and supported by associate sponsors American Airlines, clutchinsurance, Comcast, Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, LLC (Coke Florida), Dave & Busters, Marathon Petroleum Company, Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute, Nike, Sunshine Health, Toyota, Tire Kingdom and Xenith.

In addition to the OBYFA, the Orange Bowl directly supports locally based festivals and events that provide participatory opportunities to youth from all over the world.


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