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Updated on May 29, 2013

K2 Pee Wee Composite Game Ball Football

Football season is just around the corner at the time of writing this. My own son plays on the local youth football team and he really enjoys it. May daughter also gets to be a cheerleader for the team and we make it a family commitment. If you are looking to buy a football for you or your kid, you've come to the right place. To get started the K2 Pee Wee football is a good ball to start with for all little guys just getting started playing football. Remember to give the ball time to get broken in. It must be played with to get broken in. Here's the K2 at above to the right. Any click through will take you to Amazon and all normal price guarantees and shipping rules will apply with Amazon as normal.

NCAA Junior Composite Football

Wilson's Junior Composite Football is the ball your child may need if he's a little past the small pee wee stage. Perhaps, this ball would be best suited for those boys in the 10-12 age range or junior high or middle school age range. It's good to have a ball that is the right size to use in order for the young athletes to have the best age appropriate playing experience. This ball's dimensions are as follows: 11.3 x 6.6 x 6.4 inches and weighs in at about 1 pound. You can find this and other balls below at the ebay links I've provided for you.

Wilson TDS Composite High School Game Ball Football

Now if your boy is ready for high school football then this is the ball to get. The Wilson TDS Composite High School Game Ball is a fine choice for the young high school player to have. He and his buddies could use this ball to practice on their own and play some touch football games out in the back yard. Maybe dad could join the boys in throwing this ball around. Football is a great game and it all starts at home in the yard throwing the ball around and dreaming of making that big touchdown pass or catch or maybe even great touchdown run.

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      Judy Specht 

      6 years ago from California

      My son just bought a football. This had made it clear why he was so particular.

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