HOME OF THE 2017 AHSAA 6A STATE RUNNER-UP
2017 6A REGION 3 CHAMPS
2018 6A REGION 3 CHAMPS
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MESSAGE FROM THE WQC PRESIDENT
To our fans, I cannot thank you enough for your dedication and unwavering support. Your commitment to this football program have been integral in Wetumpka football’s rise into being one of the top programs in the State of Alabama. Our program has risen to elite status, advancing to the AHSAA 6A State Championship in 2017 and reaching the 6A State Semifinals in 2018.
As a booster club, we have sought to match the commitment showcased by our coaches and players through financial means. We assist both the high school and middle school football programs. On Varsity Game-Days the Quarterback Club is responsible for game-day breakfast, pre-game meals and post-game meals (Away games). When needed the club also pays for charter buses for away games. We also assist in Facility Maintenance and upgrade. To cap it off we host the end of the year banquet for both the middle and high schools. These are just a few of the things we provide for the boys. Our student-athletes deserve to have the very best facilities and accommodations and each year we strive to do so. To provide these accommodations, we must have help with fundraising. For more information on fundraising and sponsorship packages check out the fundraising and sponsorship sections of our website.
This year, Friday night lights will be better than ever in Wetumpka. The Indians are set to defend the 6A region 3 crown for the second straight year in a region that includes longtime rival Stanhope Elmore. The other members of the region are Benjamin Russell, Calera, Opelika, and Selma. For more information on how to Volunteer at Wetumpka games and get free admission check out the volunteer section of our site.
Last season Hohenberg Field was one of the toughest places to play in the state. Over the Last 3 seasons the Indians are 19-2 at home, which is the best record in the River Region. When we show up in numbers, that advantage only strengthens. There will be several factors determining Friday night's outcome but as fans, we have the opportunity to display a true home field advantage. For more information on Season Tickets check out the reserve seat section of our website.
We need every Wetumpka alumni, student and fan in attendance at our 4 home games vs Prattville, Stanhope, Selma, and Muscle Shoals ready to back our team. Also this year the Indians will be playing a Neutral Site game vs Buckhorn on the campus of Jacksonville State University. Support this team as we fight to get back to the State Championship game at Jordan Hare Stadium.
The Indians have Unfinished Business in 2019!!!
Join the WQC today and help support Indian Football! All meetings will be announce two weeks before hand. For the membership form go to the membership section of our website.
Join us again for Friday Night Lights WETUMPKA INDIANS style! The 2018 GOLD RESERVE SEATS include the benefits of having a reserved “bucket” seat assigned to you for all Varsity home games. The seat sections are comfortable, in a great location and well worth the expense. In addition to having a GREAT seat at the Varsity home games, you will also have…
Free PARKING at ALL Varsity home games (a $5/game value)
ADMISSION to ALL regular season home Varsity games(excludes playoff games)
ADMISSION to all JV and 9th Grade home games (a $5/game value)
GOLD RESERVE BADGE for easy entry to the GOLD RESERVE section of the stadium
GAME-DAY TAILGATE Sponsored by Wetumpka businesses
RENEW your GOLD RESERVE SEATS before June 30th for $75 per seat. On July 1st, all remaining seats will go on sale to the general public. Reserve seat forms are in the reserve seat section of the website. Contact Demetrius Chappell at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-322-4681 if you have any questions.
The Wetumpka Quarterback Club (WQC) exists to provide for and promote the football programs of Wetumpka High School and Wetumpka Middle School. Students involved include Varsity, Junior Varsity, Ninth Grade and Middle School (7th & 8th Grade) players, trainers, managers, coaches and related personnel. The sole focus of the club is to improve the fiscal and structural condition of these programs through funding, support and training in order to maximize our student's opportunities. The WQC will work with the Athletic Director and Coaches to insure that the needs of the student athletes involved in the school's football programs are met.