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Get ready to jump in the the 2021 season with new team wear! We will be adding new items regularly.

2021 Season Registration


Join us for our 14th season of youth football and cheer!  Buccaneers loyalty Registration begins Saturday March 6th; for returning participants only.  Open Registration begins Saturday March 13th for new members.  Registration will be held online this season.  Payment is due in full with registration.

  • Real game day feel!  Athletes play on high school football fields with play-by-play announcing, professional referees, and personalized sponsor-free jerseys
  • Custom and personalized sponsor-free cheer uniforms
  • Guaranteed field time for all football players 
  • Limited team sizes to ensure that each athlete is getting the attention that they deserve.

Scholarship opportunities available; one per age bracket per team. 

We are always in need of volunteer coaches and staff.  Please fill out the coaching/staff form if you are interested in being part of our team! 


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The Buccaneers 12th Annual Pink Game

This year we dedicated our pink game to one of our own, Kassidy Carter, a 6 year old cheerleader battling embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma.  Together, with the amazing support of our community, we were able to raise a staggering $12,000.  We partnered with the Rainbow Connection to send this little super hero off to Disney.  The outpouring of love and generosity was nothing short of amazing.  

See the best moment of the day in the video to the right.  Kassidy stands from her chair to perform her first cheer standing since discovering her illness.  What a surprise for mom!

Kassidy's Cheer

Kassidy's Story

See Kassidy's story on Fox 2 News

Pink Game Article

Read about Kassidy's pink game in the Bay Voice

Preparing Our 12th Annual Pink Game

The Buccaneers are hosting their annual pink game Saturday October 12th, 2019 at New Haven High School. We will be holding raffles and silent auctions to raise money to support Kassidy, a lovely 6 year old Buccaneers Cheerleader from our community who has been battling Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare childhood cancer. Please join us in the fight as Kassidy is already kicking cancers butt! You can help in many ways. You can donate gifts for Kassidy, donate items for us to raffle, attend and participate in the raffles, volunteer your time, or make a financial donation. Your donations are completely tax deductible. All donations need to be turned into a representative by Wednesday October 9th.  Thank you for your consideration!


Sometimes, real superheroes live in the hearts of small children fighting big battles


The Lady Bucs shake things up at the HTFL Cheer Competition

Congratulations to our Anchor Bay Buccaneers cheer team for such a strong showing at the 3rd annual HTFL cheer competition.  This year, the competition was held at Capac High School on Sunday, September 29th.  There are 13 teams in the HTFL.

Freshman - 1st place CHAMPIONS!

J.V. - 2nd place 

Varsity - 2nd place

To say that we are proud is an understatement.  Congratulations cheerleaders and coaches!


And sadly...that's a wrap for our 2018 season.  What an amazing season it has been.  The growth in these young athletes has been nothing short of amazing.  We sent off our young men and women in style!  Check out our varsity Bucs championship rings!  Thank you players, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, volunteers, supporters, and fans.  We appreciate all that you do.  See you in 2019!

Buccaneers Win HFL Championship UNDEFEATED!

The Anchor Bay Buccaneers claimed the first-place Hometown Football League championship trophy after defeating the Lakeville Falcons at the end of an undefeated season.
The championship game took place Oct. 27 at the Lapeer Center for Innovation football field. The Buccaneers score the first six points of the game and ultimately claimed a 19-6 victory. The Anchor Bay Buccaneers play in the HFL, which is broken into north and south divisions. The team came to the championship game as first seed, representing the south division, after defeating the North Branch Broncos in a playoff game the week before. Players practice every week and played every Saturday since early September to earn their place. 
~Article in The Bay Voice Wed. Nov. 21, 2018.  See it here.

Buccaneers Support The Family of Missy Strevler

Area youth football players, cheerleaders, and spectators came to Ward E. Young Field decked out in pink on Oct. 13th to honor the memory of the a beloved Anchor Bay cross country coach.  The Anchor Bay Buccaneers Youth Football and Cheer Organization hosted its 114th annual pink game at New Haven High School in honor of Missy Strevler of Chesterfield Township, who died Sept. 13 following a battle with cancer. 

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