General meetings are the third Thursday of each month, 8:00pm.
Kevin Killmer Field is located at 14350 W 151st Street in Homer Glen, IL. Parker practice fields are located at 15500 S. Parker Rd. Click here for map and parking info.
Mailing address is; Homer Stallions Youth Football, P.O. Box 176, Lockport, IL 60441-3263
E-mail - Are you on our e-mail list? Secretary@homerstallions.com
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Text Updates - Send HOMERSTALLIONS to 84483 for weather and practice cancellations and updates.
We can not send email updates from the field and text are also faster. Save a trip to the field.
We would like to Thank Homer District 33C for the practice space and District 92 for the Lacrosse practice/game space.
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In the upper right hand corner is "Dibs". You can go there to select your hours for your participation time to be completed. Select what time you want to work and get your hours done early. Check out the participation info page for more details.
Apparel is available at home games and some practice days. We also need volunteers to help sell spirit wear during home games. These hours will go toward your participation refund. You can email Nicole Ignasiak at email@example.com to schedule your hours for spirit wear.
The General meeting is on the third Thursday of every month at the Village Board room. The Village Board Room is located at 14917 S. Founders Crossing, between 143rd and 151st off Bell Rd. The meeting normally only takes about 20 minutes.
Homer Stallions Youth Football
The Homer Stallions Youth Football organization is devoted and committed to the development of fundamental youth football skills from the Flag to the Varsity levels of play (ages 5-14). This includes the teaching and development of good sportsmanship, teamwork, discipline, respect, and hard work toward a common team goal via organized practices led by dedicated coaches. Our coaches are required to be certified by our league and many pursue off season learning by attending via various local coaches clinics. We strive to teach the proper fundamentals of each position including blocking, tackling, passing, receiving and basic offensive and defensive strategies and tactics to prepare the players to be successful in high school. We evaluate and place each player according to their talent, potential, desire and attitude.
To learn more about the football program, see the Football webpage.
The cheerleading organization is committed to developing good sportsmanship, self-esteem, team spirit teamwork and discipline. We show the girls that setting goals and working hard to achieve those goals is a rewarding experience. The season is spent learning sideline cheers and half-time and competition routines that will be performed. At the end of the season, we hope each girl has gained an appreciation for teamwork. The season starts the first week of August or last week of July and normally goes through November for the cheer competition. Some teams may go into December if they wish to participate in the State competition.
The Homer Stallions participate in the Indoor Football League sponsored by the Megaplex. There are 4 age/weight levels that we can participate in. Indoor football is a faster paced game with fewer players on the field (except Widget) which enhances players quickness and speed and translates to better skills during the outdoor season.
Stallions General Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 8:00pm at the Old Town Hall (16057 S. Cedar). You must attend 4 meetings in order to vote in the board elections. You are always welcome to come see what is going on and get involved.
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For all practices and games;
Please keep your dogs on leashes
Please maintain control of your animals
Clean up after your dogs messes
Lightning after practice starts...
If you see lightning in the area after practice starts, Please return to the field to pick-up your children. If there are storms threatening, please remain at practice in case practice has to be cancelled after starting.
The website will be updated before 5pm when practice is called off when possible. If we are at the field, we may not be able to update the website.
Weather for practice...
Please keep in mind that football and cheerleading is done at games even if it is raining. The only reason games are called is for lightning or excessively heavy rain. For this reason we enjoy practice in the rain. We will only cancel practice if we lose the fields due to excessive rain and the fields not being able to drain before practice. Before practice is called, we will check the fields and then make the decision.