“Adopt A Ram” Program


Many junior football players are students and/or have part time jobs, some need a little extra help meeting the financial requirements set by the Rams, Canadian Junior Football League and BC Football Conference.

The “Adopt A Ram” program gives you a chance to help out, it also provides incentive to our players so they can reach out to their employers, family and friends about the program.

For more information and to donate to the program please click here or on the Adopt A Ram link on the top menu bar.


Supporting Futures


The Langley Rams Annual “Supporting Futures” Scholarship Fundraiser was held on Thursday April 20, 2017 at The Redwoods Golf Course in The Township of Langley.

The event was a huge success, one of our most successful fundraisers ever!

Many thanks to all who attended and who donated generously.

Special thanks to 2016 CFL Tom Pate Memorial Award recipient Marco Iannuzzi , who was the Keynote Speaker for this great event and delivered a memorable and inspirational message.

Thanks also to the staff at Redwoods Golf Course for their hospitality, great service and a great meal.

More information about the event and about our Scholarship program can be found here: Supporting Futures Information

Thank-you for supporting the young men of the Langley Rams Junior Football Club

Annual General Meeting February 18

Buckle Up People… The Langley Rams are “Kicking it up a Notch” in 2017 and it all starts with our Annual General Meeting on Saturday February 18th!

The meeting starts at noon and will be held in the 2nd floor conference room at McLeod Athletic Park Stadium.

Join the Rams Family of quality football people as we support the team every step of the way in what is sure to be a very successful season!

For more details please email: info@langleyrams.com


Alamolhoda returns to Rams sidelines

alamolhoda_jeff_200Langley Rams Head Coach Khari Joseph is happy to announced the return of Jeff Alamolhoda to the CJFL Club’s full time coaching staff as Defensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator.

Alamolhoda joined the Rams in 2011 as Head Coach and was at the helm for five seasons, during that span the Rams appeared in four BCFC Championship games, won two Cullen Cups and appeared in two Canadian Bowl National Championship games.

Jeff resigned from the Rams Head Coach position prior to the 2016 Season in order to focus on work, family and his new venture, The Precision Snapping Academy for Long Snappers.

Alamolhoda enrolled at University of Manitoba in 2003 and started at linebacker in four of the five seasons he was with Brian Dobie’s football Bisons, he capped off his stellar CIS career by helping the Bisons win the Vanier Cup National Championship in 2007.

Before joining the Rams in 2011 Jeff had spent three seasons in Chilliwack as the BCFC Huskers Defensive Coordinator and prior to that was on the staff of the CJFL’s Winnipeg Rifles, where he helped out as a linebacker coach while attending and playing at the University of Manitoba.

Jeff is a Graduate of the BCFC’s Tri-City (Coquitlam) Bulldogs Junior program, where he played under the guidance of legendary CJFL Head Coach Nick Kawaza in 2001 and 2002, he was selected to the BCFC All Star team and was honoured as the BCFC’s most outstanding linebacker both seasons and capped off his Junior career with the 2002 BCFC Defensive Player of the Year Award, a CJFL All Canadian Award and a nomination as the CJFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Jeff is a native of Langley and grew up playing community football at Langley City Park.

Players interested in joining the Rams Family in 2017 are urged to fill out and submit our online Prospective Player Form

Langley Rams well represented at CFL Camps

Langley Rams well represented at upcoming CFL Camps

While many people head for the lake this long weekend several members of the Langley Rams family will be busy preparing for CFL Camps, which get under way across the Nation next week.BCLions-Logo-f84c4dabbab50d1e15969c589c793a02Locally the BC Lions will have a pair of Langley Rams in camp next week when the CFL Club runs their 2016 Mini-Camp and regular season Training Camp at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops.

Nathan Lund received an official invite to the BC Lions Mini-Camp this week but the BC Junior Football star is no stranger to the CFL club’s Mini-Camp, practice field or clubhouse. Lund spent parts of the 2014 and 2015 seasons practicing and training with the CFL Club and will be attending his third consecutive BC Lions Mini-Camp on May 26,27,28. Prospects and first year players will run through the three lund_nathan_72_200day camp hoping to earn an invite to the CFL Club’s Training Camp, which begins Sunday May 29th. In the past BC Lions Head Coach and General Manager Wally Buono has made it clear that Junior players attending Mini-Camp are not there as tourists and they are expected to challenge for a training camp spot, as Rams Jordan Linnen did in 2011 and Anthony Daley in 2015. Lund, the BC High School All Star out of Coquitlam’s Centennial Centaurs program, is heading into his fourth season of Junior Football with the Langley Rams and was the Offensive MVP of the 2014 Cullen Cup BC Championship game after scoring the game winning touchdown late in the Rams 23-19 victory over the Okanagan Sun. Lund is one of the most explosive runners in Junior Football, former Rams Head Coach Tyler McLaren, who is now the BC Lions Junior Football Liaison, called the 5’11” 185lb Lund “a down hill runner,who sees the field well, and has the ability to explode in the open field.” In 2015 Lund carried the ball 74 times for 614 yards, an average of 8.4 yards per carry, and scored five touchdowns for the Rams.

Rams Alumnus Jaskaran Dhillon is also headed for Kamloops, where he will suit up on the offensive line at the BC Lions Training Camp on Sunday. Jas was selected out of UBC in the 3rd round (21st overall) in the 2014 CFL Draft jas_dhillonby the Toronto Argonauts and was signed by the Lions as a free agent last October as part of the Lions’ practice roster expansion period, he spent the final five weeks of the 2015 regular season on the Lions’ practice roster and signed a new contract with the CFL club in December.

Dhillon played for the Rams from 2007 to 2009 in South Surrey and spent the 2010 season at the University of Regina, he returned to the Rams in 2011, their first season in Langley, and then moved on to attend the University of British Columbia in 2012. Jas appeared in eight games as a defensive lineman during his first season with Shawn Olson’s Thunderbirds and recorded a total of 18 tackles, 10 of them solo. In 2013 Jas made the move to the offensive side of the ball and lined up at guard on a group that allowed just seven sacks, while averaging 219 yards per game rushing on the year. Jas was a key member of the Thunderbirds offensive line in 2013 and was rewarded by being honoured as a CIS First Team All Canadian.

Edmonton_Eskimos_Logo_200.svgRams Alumni Sean Whyte and Adam Konar are headed for Alberta and the Training Camp of the 2015 Grey Cup Champion Edmonton Eskimos.

sean-whyte-136193-circWhyte signed with the Eskimos as a free Agent in September of 2015 and made his first appearance in Week 11 of the CFL season, the South Surrey native went on to make 24 of 26 field goal attempts in the regular season, hit all three field goal attempts in the Western Final and accounted for five points in the Eskimos 26-20 Grey Cup victory over the Ottawa Redblacks. Whyte was voted the Eskimos 2015 Most Outstanding Canadian Nominee and was re-signed by the CFL club in January.

Whyte is a Graduate of South Surrey’s Semiahmoo Secondary and spent the 2004 season with the Rams prior to attending and playing football for two years at Santa Monica College in California, Whyte returned to the Rams program in 2007 and played two seasons before he was signed out of Junior by the BC Lions in 2009. Whyte was with the Lions for two seasons and made a respectable 27 of his 35 field goal attempts, but he couldn’t un-seat another Rams Alumnus, future CFL Hall of Famer Paul McCallum, as the Lions kicker. Whyte signed with Montreal in 2011 and went on to play four seasons with the Alouettes, during that time he was an Eastern Conference All Star twice (2011, 2013) and was the recipient of the Lew Hayman Trophy as the Eastern Conference Most Outstanding Canadian in 2011, the same season that he set the Alouettes record of 24 consecutive field goals made.

adam-konar-161521-circAdam Konar heads into his second training camp with Edmonton Eskimos after being selected 25th overall out of the University of Calgary in the 2015 CFL Draft. Konar made the Eskimos active roster as a rookie and played in five regular season games. Adam was a BC High School Star for the Vancouver College Fighting Irish and then attended the University of British Columbia, where he was the Thunderbirds rookie of the Year in 2011. He opted not to return to the Thunderbirds in 2012 and instead joined the Langley Rams program where he was the 2012 BCFC Most Outstanding Defensive Player, BCFC All Star, CJFL All Canadian and helped the Rams win the 2012 Cullen Cup Championship. Adam returned to the CIS in 2013 with the Calgary Dinos but a training camp injury put an early end to his season, he returned to the Dinos in 2014 and was honoured as a CIS First Team All Canadian. Adam is the son of Legendary BC Lions player Kevin Konar.

toronto-argonautsMalcolm Williams was easily he biggest newsmaker of all Langley Rams Alumni this spring after it was revealed that he had signed with the Toronto Argonauts in January. Williams was discovered by the Argos coaching staff while they were watching game film of another Langley Rams player, who was draft eligible, once the Argos spotted williams_malcolm_webtheir attention turned to the 6’3″ 220lb Junior Football star. The Argos flew Williams to their Mini-Camp in Florida and he was signed by the CFL club. Williams attends the Argos Rookie Camp next week, May 25, 26, 27, and if things continue to go well he will join the big boys at the Argos Regular season Training Camp, which begins on Sunday May 29 at the University of Guelph. Williams sudden emergence on the Argos scene drew much attention from the Toronto media, including being featured in a full page story in the Toronto Sun. Williams was one of Canadian Junior Football’s top receivers while playing for the Rams from 2012 to 2014, he was named the BCFC Rookie of the Year in 2012 and was selected to the BCFC All Star team in 2012 and 2013. Malcolm is a native of Maple Ridge BC and is a Graduate of Pitt Meadows Secondary, following graduation he attended the University of British Columbia and was one of their top rookie basketball players in 2011.