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The Lake Minnetonka Athletic Association (LMAA) is a youth football league dedicated to helping young people in grades 3rd through 8th to learn the fundamentals of football, learn the value of teamwork and have fun doing it.

The LMAA was established in 1961, serving as the governing board for the youth football programs of its member/area organizations:  Armstrong/Cooper, Hopkins, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Westonka, Orono, St. Louis Park and Wayzata/Plymouth.

2014 LMAA Coaches and Registration

To begin registration click the link below.

LMAA drive for Sportsmanship

As a developmental football league, the LMAA strives to provide a great experience for every player on the field. Our league philosophy is to not promote game scores, have playoffs, or recognize team champions; but to promote and recognize good sportsmanship. To aid in this effort, we have a form (registration form) on a Sportsmanship page in the left column. This page is available to registered coaches and referees (must be signed in to your account to view the page) to nominate a team when they feel the team demonstrated sportsmanship worthy of recognition.


In June 2011, the state of Minnesota passed a concussion law that goes into effect on September 1, 2011 for all youth sports both PRIVATE and PUBLIC. 

In response to this law, the LMAA has created a concussion protocol and provides information on concussions for parent, coach, and player review. 

The concussion information can be found the navigation bar, left side of the website. 


Jamie Moczynski, Armstrong-Cooper youth football representative, Sean Morrisette, 2012 Tyler Hill scholarship winner and Curt Illikainen, LMAA president.

Jamie Moczynski, Armstrong-Cooper LMAA representative, Sean Morrisette, 2012 Tyler Hill Scholarship winner and Curt Illikainen, LMAA president. Congratulations Sean!

Take Heart Minnesota

Take Heart Minnesota's mission is to promote the coordinated delivery of several proven therapies that, when used in combination, have the capacity to improve the survival rate of victims who suffer out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest. Their goal is to increase the survival rate from its current 5 percent to more than 20 percent

Weather Line #: (952) 583-1353

Cancelled Games Listing

This link will display cancelled fields for games scheduled. Cancelled games are NOT deleted from the regular calendar. You need to view the Cancelled Game listings by field or call the weather line noted above.