UPCOMING CAMPS, EVENTS & PROGRAMS
FEAR THE SPEAR WINTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE The Fear The Spear Basketball League is the most…
BAY NOLES YOUTH FOOTBALL The Bay Area Seminoles Football & Cheer Organization is a non-profit…
The Bay Area Seminoles football & Cheer Organization is a nonprofit operated by caring and involved parents and volunteers.
Camp LOL.I (Youth ages 7 – 14) Is a 5 week-long opportunity for youth to…
CHAMPIONSHIP CONDITIONING Mission Statement The mission of the strength and conditioning program is to provide…
Youth Football Positional Training & Clinics The Seminole U youth football positional training & clinics…
Lady Seminoles Cheerleading Camp Lady Seminoles cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to…
THE DIVINE TRIBE (DANCE TEAM) The Divine Tribe Dance Team mission it to create a…
The Oakland Tour Football Skills Camp We are extremely proud to present our third annual…
The Seminole Symposium is an orientation for all youth based on the four principles of…
We are pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for our young adults and teens as we…
WHY JOIN SEMINOLES?
“EVERYBODY CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE NFL BUT 100% OF YOU CAN GO TO COLLEGE"
Robert Varner II
“This is a great and wonderful vision there's nothing in Oakland for are young upcoming youth."
“It's a very good program for the community and youth of Oakland to have."
“To my brothers keep doing what you're doing, I am so proud to see you giving the youngsters something very positive. Much love to all who put this together!"
“Best program in the Bay!!"
“Dr. Aikens and his team have done an outstanding job providing OUR students with enriching experiences that will shape them into outstanding adults. We look forward to continuing our work with this group."
“IF YOU DO THINGS PEOPLE WANT DO. YOU WILL END UP DOING WHAT PEOPLE CAN'T"
Donte Marsh – CFL Hall OF Fame DB
“HOW CAN THEY BEAT YOU IF THEY CAN'T OUT WORK YOU !"
“Good morning. U got a good thing with the football. Khalil enjoyed his self no melt downs or crying. He tried everything. The coaches were good with him. N the kids even helped him learn some things."