About the Norchester Red Knights
Our club provides athletic opportunities for beginners to experienced players. We currently serve over 180 children in Northern Chester County.
We are an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We draw many youth, regardless of financial condition, because of the quality of our program and the overall athletic experience we promote.
No wait lists! We never turn a child away. We will create, coach and fund additional teams/squads to fit the needs of our community and its children.
The Norchester Red Knights organization is based in the Owen J. Roberts School District, and we are the feeder program for the Owen J. Roberts High School football and cheerleading programs.
Our programs are open to anyone in and around our district, including OJR students, students from other public or private schools and home-schooled students.
Norchester Red Knights is a proud member of the Bert Bell Memorial Football Conference.
The Norchester Red Knights Football program is rich in tradition and history. For over 50 years, we have provided fundamental instruction in the game of football to thousands of youth. This is accomplished through an emphasis on sportsmanship, team play, self-discipline, maximum effort, integrity and maximum participation.
Norchester Red Knights Cheerleading has rapidly grown into an award-winning program with lots of spirit! We bring enthusiasm and skill to cheer on our players at all football games. Our competitive squads put on fantastic performances and regularly bring home trophies from the Bert Bell Cheer Competition!
Proud Member of Bert Bell Memorial Football Conference
The Bert Bell Memorial Football Conference provides football and cheerleading for organizations in the Suburban Philadelphia Area, including Montgomery, Chester, Bucks, and Delaware Counties, as well as New Castle County, Delaware.
It was founded, chartered and incorporated in 1962 in commemoration of the late, great Bert Bell. (Who is Bert Bell?) The league was established to further the ideals of the game of football at the school level.
Its general purpose is to strive to equip boys and girls with the mechanical skills, physical conditioning and mental attitude necessary for the pursuance of the game at the high school and collegiate levels. Also, to teach through supervision and by example, the principles of sportsmanship and fair play without undo emphasis on winning or losing.
Bert Bell Conference's cheerleading programs and the end-of-season cheer competition have grown rapidly. It is our mission to manage the cheerleading squads under the same vision and mission statement established by the Bert Bell Board of Directors.
All football and cheerleading programs shall be implemented as to make no sacrifice to scholastic achievement. Our purpose to teach participants that eligibility for athletic activity is based on satisfactory performance in the classroom.