We are a recreational cheer organization that teaches the fundamentals of cheerleading in a fun, friendly environment! Come join us!
If your daughter is looking for a fun and memorable cheer program to learn the fundamentals in cheering and so much more then give Bulldogs recreational cheer a try. We will have 2-3 days of practice during the week and 50% of all games are cheered in Tinley Park! Plus, with multiple children in the program (Football included), you will receive a $25.00 discount per child.
Welcome to Bulldogs Cheer!! These are the following things you will need to have to register your daughter.
If you are interested in competition cheer there will be a separate online registration for that. Please check back by the end of May for details.
ALL REGISTRATION is done online on the tpbulldogs.org website. If you would rather pay by cash/check then use the 2021 cheer pay later Alternate code at checkout. Please turn it in before the first practice.
1. Registration Fee $200
2. Raffle Tickets $100
At APPAREL DAY, you will need 3 more checks made out to TPAC:
We will have a parent meeting in June and we strongly encourage one parent to attend the meeting since there will be a lot of important information for the season.
Please download our Team App. You can request access to the Bulldogs Cheer and we will accept you. That is our main way of communication during the season. We also have a Facebook page called Tinley Park Bulldogs Cheer.
In 1961, Betty Gunther headed a very small group of women for an equally important and ever-so-vital activity that girls could call their own, The Bulldogs Cheerleaders. The impact of establishing such a “girls program” was perfect timing, and her vision to see it through was nothing less than remarkable.
The early 60’s and prior, sports were exclusively reserved for the male gender, with very few if any extra opportunities for young girls. Because of the spirit of competition and the love of the game these girls were able to focus on teamwork and sportsmanship which gave them the sense of belonging which are equally vital aspects of sports activities, no less vital to girls than boys. Such a cheer-leading squad was the ideal solution for the younger girls of Tinley Park to develop athletic skills they desired.
Betty Gunther organized bake sale fundraisers at Tinley Park business to generate money to defray the cost of uniforms and equipment. Women like Betty Gunther set the stage for our young ladies to become athletes and be a part of a team. She also provided us as parents with the necessary experience and tools to teach and guide our very own children on the benefits of getting involved in our community. Betty Gunther showed us the way and we are able to continue her spirit every year making it better than the one before us. Betty Gunther may not have invented youth cheer-leading everywhere, but she most certainly did in Tinley Park.
The Betty Gunther Award is for that young lady that is a MVP both on and off the field. She is someone that demonstrates leadership skills, a pillar in the community, does well in school, and is helpful to everyone around her. This person most often puts her heart and soul in everything they do. The voting for this award is done by the Varsity Coaches and their fellow cheerleaders.
We are delighted to cheer our Bulldogs on in the River Valley Youth Football League
Tinley Park Bulldogs Cheer is a proud member of the Illinois Recreational Cheerleading Association (IRCA)
Feel free to stop by during our practices on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
6601 171st St, Tinley Park, Illinois 60477, United States
Erin Stewart, Athletic Director
Linsay Creegan, Assistant A.D.