McLean Youth Track and Field provides Northern Virginia kids (ages 5 through middle school) with opportunities to learn about, compete in and develop a love for track and field.

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If you own, work for, or know of a local business that might be interested in advertising in front of the MYTF crowd, please review or share the UPDATED options below:


T-SHIRTS:  For the first five $500 corporate donations to MYTF, we will single-color print the business name/logo on the back of our kids’ t-shirts (the MYTF logo goes on the front).  Keep in mind, every one of our participants will get a shirt (approximately 350 per season!), so our MYTF tees are seen all over Northern Virginia.  It’s like getting 350 walking billboards!  We only have space for FIVE logos, so please reply ASAP!


COACH SHIRTS:  We will be printing new coaches’ shirts this season, so we are also looking for a sponsor for those shirts.  Because of the need to put “COACH” on the back, our coach shirt sponsorship works a little differently. We will add a shirt-sleeve logo or business name to our coach shirts for a (single) $150 sponsorship.  We expect to have more than 20 assistant coaches this season, so this is another great opportunity to advertise all over the area!


We hope that some of our MYTF families will be able to help us find businesses willing to sponsor portions of our program in exchange for some good publicity.  Please visit our website at to learn more about our organization, or contact us at to set up a sponsorship.  Thank you in advance for those who’ve offered or who are planning to participate!  


Note:  MYTF reserves the right to refuse any sponsorship/corporate advertisement that does not reflect our program’s values or respect its demographic.  MYTF is a diverse, inclusive program for all children in Northern Virginia, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, gender identification, ability (mental or physical), religion, national origin, financial circumstance, or sexual orientation.  MYTF athletes compete according to the gender which with they identify, may use physical adaptive equipment not otherwise prohibited by the facility, and may wear (properly secured) garments consistent with their religious observances.