First and foremost, I am a proud Buffalonian. That is the main reason I started Joe Licata Football, Inc. I have traveled across the country playing the game we all love. I spent significant time in two other states. One of the things I have learned is that football needs to be redefined in Western New York. The ambition of this company is to improve the level of play across Section 6. With great pride I welcome you to join me; don’t settle, be GREAT.

-Joe Licata


COACHES CLINIC will be held February 3rd at Bishop Timon.

Quarterbacking will be discussed.

Topics include but are not limited to-

  • Warmup drills
  • Establishing consistency in throwing motion
  • Dropping with legs, not lean
  • Most common mistakes when throwing
  • Separating lower and upper body
  • Throwing on run
  • Directional/dovetail drops


This winter we are offering a 10 Week Quarterback and Offensive Line building programs.  There will also be a 5 week QB-WR Skill Development.


We are back for our second season!  The 2017 football season proved that Joe Licata Football athletes were well prepared physically and mentally.


High School

Three year starter at Williamsville South High School. Commonly referred to as the most prolific passer in the history of Western New York Football. Set every major passing record in Western New York including career passing touchdowns, single season passing touchdowns, career passing yards and passing yards in a season.

UB player, in action against Stony Brook ,on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)


Earned a Division 1 scholarship to the University at Buffalo. Started for 3.5 years, voted captain for 2. Set school's major passing records including career passing yards, career passing touchdowns and single season passing touchdowns.  The most career wins by a Quarterback in school history.



Invited to Buffalo Bills Rookie camp. Signed a three year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. Played in three NFL preseason games.

(Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)
(Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)
(Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)
(Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News)