About the SCFA

Jim Sartoris

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the official Southern California Football Association website.

The creation of the SCFA, in 2008, was somewhat of a historical event for community college football in Southern California because it is the first time that all thirty-seven (37) community colleges offering intercollegiate football programs were under one administrative umbrella.

The SCFA’s unique organizational structure, which now includes two competitive divisions, divided into separate conferences, provides an opportunity to insure competitive balance and a positive athletic, as well as an educational, experience for more than 3,000 student-athletes participating in our football programs each year.

The SCFA is committed to working with each member college to provide opportunities for success and to provide for valuable life-lessons for our student-athletes. In serving our student-athletes and our member colleges we will use this website to provide valuable information about individual athlete and team performances, maintain statistical information, and provide up-to-date schedules and post-season information. I encourage you to visit the SCFA website often. You will find it to be a wealth of information.

Please support community college sports and the student-athletes who participate.

Jim Sartoris
SCFA Commissioner


As stated in its constitution, the purpose and goals of the SCFA are as follows:

To govern and regulate the sport of football for member colleges in compliance with the rules and regulations of the COA/CCCAA Constitution and Bylaws in order to provide an environment which emphasizes academic achievement and a positive athletic experience for the student-athletes of member colleges.

A. To bring uniformity, strength and competitive balance to Southern California community college football; 

B. To promote and support educational goals and academic or career progress, and to stress academic achievement for the student athletes of member colleges;

C. To establish and promote high standards of sportsmanship and ethical behavior for all student athletes, coaches, support personnel and fans.