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Cheer: What Does ‘CCFC’ Mean For Trinity Valley Cheerleaders?

Cheer season 2 showed the Trinity Valley cheerleaders constantly yelling out “CCFC.” Now, fans want to know what that mysterious acronym could mean.

Fans watching Cheer season 2 are dying of curiosity to find out what the “CCFC” acronym means for the cheerleaders from Trinity Valley Community College. Whether it’s cheerleading or another sport, in professional leagues or at the school level, several teams have chants, acronyms, and other sayings or superstitions meant to encourage them to perform at their best. As seen on both seasons of Cheer on Netflix, the team at Navarro College has many quirks and inside knowledge between the cheerleaders.

For season 2, Netflix went down the street from Navarro College to film the cheerleading team of Trinity Valley in Athens, Texas. New cast members such as coach Vontae Johnson and star athletes like De’Vonte “Dee” Johnson and Angel Rice came to the forefront to share their stories and talents with the world. As Cheer season 2 went on, fans started to notice that Trinity Valley constantly brought up a particular acronym: “CCFC.” In fact, coach Vontae appears to even have the letters “CCFC” up on his wall.

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Unfortunately, finding out what “CCFC” means to the athletes at Trinity Valley is harder than most viewers may realize. In a report, Distractify reached out to former Trinity Valley cheerleader Kyra Bell and flat-out asked what “CCFC” meant. “I am so sorry but I can’t tell you. CCFC is something that I’ve had the pleasure of earning but cannot share with anyone ever – not even with family or friends, I apologize!” she told the publication. Based on Kyra’s non-answer and apology, it seems like no one will ever find out what “CCFC” means unless they join the cheerleading team at Trinity Valley.


As seen in the tweets above, several Trinity Valley alumni have taken to social media to show off their school pride and use the “CCFC” acronym as a hashtag. It seems like the TVCC inner circle is larger than one might expect, but they’re apparently all committed to keeping their sacred acronym a secret. Considering how many Cs there are in this four-letter acronym, it’s also pretty hard for any outsider to guess or deduce what it could mean. Nonetheless, it seems like something that is working for Trinity Valley, so they should absolutely keep it going.

The rivalry between Navarro and Trinity Valley made Cheer season 2 even more entertaining than the first season had already been. For now, Netflix is still silent on whether the series will get renewed for a third season. However, fans are already eagerly awaiting to watch more Cheer in the near future.


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Cheer season 2 is now available for streaming on Netflix.

Source: Distractify

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