Here you will find details for online registration for the SFU Football Camp, SFU Youth Football Camp and SFu 7on7 Team/Big Man Camp.  The purpose behind these camps are for young athletes to have fun, learn, and become better football players.\


Due to Covid-19 and the NCAA Extending the Dead Period through the end of July; We have to cancel all ouf our camps this summer.



SFU Football Camp

Camp Date: June 27th and July 27th

The SFU Football Camp is open to anyone entering grades 9 and above.

The camp will run from 12pm to 3pm June 27th & 5pm to 8pm July 27th


$45 walkup day of camp

$40 Pre-registared online

$35 Group of 10 or more (Must complete and submit all registration forms as one single package to Saint Francis University Camp personnel during final registration on the day of camp to be eligible for group pricing rate.)


SFU Youth Football Camp

Camp Dates: June 29th-30th

The SFU Youth Football Camp is open to anyone entering grades 3-8

The Camp will run from 9AM to 3PM and cost $50 per day

Sign up for both days and pay only $85


SFU 7on7 Team/ Big Man Camp

Camp Date: June 26th

The SFU 7on7 Team/ Big Man Camp is open to 7on7 teams and their lineman.

The 7on7 Team Camp will run from 10AM to 6PM 

Cost of $285 per team (Limit 20 players max)/ Big Guys extra $110 (Limit 10 Players max) For total $395

Individul Oline or Dline walkups $40 (open to grade 9 and above)

(Guranteed 4 games minium)


We look forward to seeing you this summer!


Chris Villarrial

Head Football Coach

Saint Francis University

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Chris Villarrial

Head Coach

Chris Villarrial Headshot

Former National Football League All-Pro Offensive Lineman Chris Villarrial was named the 25th head coach of the Saint Francis University football program on December 20, 2009. Coach Villarrial will be entering his 11th Season at the helm of the Saint Francis University football program. Villariall became the first Head Coach at Saint Francis University to lead the program to a Northeast Conference Championship in 2016 and automatic bid to the NCAA FCS Playoff. Villarrial is also a 2x Northeast Conference Coach of the Year recipient, receiving the award for back-to-back seasons in 2015 and 2016.