Langley Eagles Athletic Association
Some wish for it... We WORK for it.
The Langley Eagles Athletic Association's mission is to provide the youth of our area with a positive and safe Pop Warner football and cheer experience. We've designed our website for Langley Eagles athletes and families, our sponsors & partners, and our community. Here's what you need to know:
The Eagles practice in Hampton, VA and face teams across Southeastern Virginia.
Athletes & Families
LangleyEagles757.com is the place to find your team schedules and highlights from the season.
Join our Team
There's a place for you with the Langley Eagles! Call Coach Laph at 757-768-1119 to join the Langley family.
Be a Sponsor
Want to partner with us to benefit local children? Call Danny Brown at 757-592-0281
The Langley Eagles Athletic Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the youth of our area with a positive and safe football and/or cheerleading experience that develops their academics, individual skills, physical fitness, competitive spirit, sportsmanship and ability to contribute as part of a team.
Football & Cheer
We offer teams for ages 5-13. Everyone participates under mandatory rules of play, so every child is guaranteed to play.
Safety, Safety, Safety!
Pop Warner is the ONLY youth football program (local, regional and national) that sets and enforces a strict Age-Weight Matrix that reduces the risk and reality of injuries. Pop Warner also created a Medical Advisory Board to ensure Pop Warner remains proactive on all medical issues that affect youth sports.
Our volunteer football and cheer coaches submit to annual background checks and complete extensive Pop Warner training, all designed to safeguard our athletes.
Robert Griffin III
You always give credit where credit is due - to high school coaches, college coaches - but my dad, the foundation that he built with me, is where all of this came from. The speed, the determination, the mindset, just the natural belief that you can do anything you put your mind to, it all comes from my dad.
Robert Griffin III
I was a freshman All-American, and I tore my ACL in the third game. But God has a plan for everything. I had a chance to turn away from Him in that situation or draw closer to Him. I decided to draw closer to Him, and came back stronger from it.
I think the thing about that was I was always willing to work; I was not the fastest or biggest player but I was determined to be the best football player I could be on the football field and I think I was able to accomplish that through hard work.
Robert Griffin III
You know, I started this process of being a football player and I'm going to make it to the NFL very soon and I plan on finishing that. And by 'finishing that,' I mean that I'm going to go out and be the best that I can be and put everything forth to make that happen.
Langley Eagles mix it up with Hampton University Football Players
Congrats to Hampton University Football for your win Saturday night… and thanks to all of you who took time our for our young Eagles!
When you take a year off from football, you come back for all the enjoyable moments. When you're not playing, you miss out on all the highs, but you also miss these disappointments. But I would rather be in the arena to be excited or be disappointed than not have a chance at all. That's football. That's why everybody plays it.
Langley Eagles on hand for Hampton University’s Big Win
On the field I'm trying to play for the glory of God but then also I'm trying to give everything I have and win and compete. And so I think more than just winning or losing, I think He cares about where our hearts are when we're playing.