Eight (8) teams in each conference will make the playoffs.
Each conference will hold a super bowl championship game for their peewees, ponies and midget teams.
The playoff games and super bowl games schedule will be developed by the Commissioner.
Any conflicts will be resolved by the commissioner.
Gate receipts for Semi-final Playoffs and the Super Bowl go to the CFA.
A trophy shall be presented to the Division Peewee, Pony and Midget Team Champs and to the Super Bowl Winner and Runner-up in both the American Conference and National Conference.
Gold medallions will be presented to the Super Bowl Peewee, Pony and Midget winners. Silver medallions to the runner-up.
The game ball will be presented to the Super Bowl winners.
All officials used in league games shall be PIAA approved football officials.
Game officials shall allow 10 minutes between games for sufficient warm up and exercise.
Full minute time outs at the change of quarters so coach can confer with the team captain.
First Round Playoffs require four (4) PIAA officials to be paid by the Host Team.
Super Bowl & Semi-final Games require five (5) PIAA officials to be paid by the CFA.
Any official affiliated with a team or player in the CFA may not officiate a game when that team or player is participating.
Commissioner shall determine play-off sites, and approve all post-season games.
Each organization is required to supply one person to work (i.e. collect at gate, sell 50/50, etc.) for the CFA at all post season games.
All associations must have a team representative to assist at the Super Bowls or pay $100 fine. Commissioners will coordinate Super Bowl tasks and duties.
Any team wishing to host a post-season game must submit a request in written form. The request is to be given to the Commissioners Office prior to September 15th.
Site selection for post-season games will be announced at the October meeting.
To host a semi-final or super bowl game, the following requirements must be met for a bid to be considered: operable score board clock, lighted playing field, adequate seating for both home and away fans.
If locker room facilities are only available for one (1) team, then locker room facilities cannot be used by either team.
A team hosting playoff games will be permitted to maintain home side integrity i.e. their teams and fans will be permitted to sit on the home side of the field.
All playoff games shall be completed no later than the third Sunday in November.