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2019 Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Auditions

2019 Audition Process

3 things to remember:

  1. GET IN DANCE CLASS! The women on our team are consistently the most well trained, technical performers on the NFL stage. If you aren’t in class, it is hard to come to auditions at your peak.
  2. SHOW UP IN TOP PHYSICAL SHAPE! Like any athlete who tries out for a team, you are judged on how you look that day. Don’t leave anything to chance. Make sure you are at 100% to look your best and to have the stamina during a long audition week.
  3. DON’T GET DISCOURAGED IF IT’S NOT YOUR YEAR! Most women who audition do not make the team in their first shot at it. For many women, the audition process is new. Soak in all the information this year and be ready to take what you have learned and work on what you need to for next year.

Ways to Prepare:
Audition Prep Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday starting mid-February. Classes will cover dance technique, flexibility, choreography and performance skills. Taught by two former Captains, the classes are a great way to hone your skills and pick up our unique style.

Director, Shawna Peters, and Assistant Director, Shelly Trujillo, will host the 2019 Audition Workshop (February 16). The focus will be on giving you all the tools you need to have a successful audition including dance technique, audition pointers, interview workshop, and finalist week specifics.

We hope the preparation opportunities above help you in reaching your goal of making the 27th team of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders. We look forward to seeing friends, familiar and new, at this year’s auditions!

Shawna Peters
Director, Denver Broncos Cheerleaders


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Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Audition Workshop

2019 Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Auditions Workshop


Get ready for the 2019 auditions with this informative workshop led by Director Shawna Peters, Assistant Director Shelly Trujillo, and Denver Broncos Alumni Cheerleaders.

Date: Saturday, February 16th

Time: 9AM – 12PM*

Location: Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Cheerleader Locker Room and Rehearsal Room

What to wear: Wear athletic dance attire and dance shoes

What to Wear
Across the Floor Technique
DBC Choreography
Dance Audition Techniques
Finalist Workshops

What to Wear
What the Judges Look For
What to Expect at Auditions
Interview Techniques
Questions & Answers


New This Year!

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• Learn Round 1 of Preliminary Auditions

• Smaller group format

• Optional (free) Football Test workshop from 12-12:30 pm 


Detailed information with directions, parking, etc. will be emailed out the week of February 11th.

*Workshop is not open to current or former members of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders

**Registration is limited to the first 90 participants.

***Name, address and contact information provided in the checkout process will serve as registration information.

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2019 Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Pro Bowl Representative

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NFL Regular Season Week 12 – The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders

It’s well known that Ben Roethlisberger plays much better at home than on the road and the difference is striking.  Since 2014, Roethlisberger’s home game/away game split is 24.0 fantasy points at home versus 14.7 o the road.  That’s a difference of 9.4 points and the worst by far of any quarterback over that time period.

So what does this all mean?  Well, this week the Steelers were playing the Denver Broncos on the road and that statistical trend continued.  Although Roethlisberger passed for over 400 yards, he did have two key interceptions and the last one cost the Steelers the game.  With 1:03 left in on the clock, Roethlisberger threw a pass that was intercepted by nose tackle Shelby Harris to seal the victory for the Broncos.  Yeah…a nose tackle…when was the last time you saw a nose tackle intercept a pass?  Final score: Broncos – 24, Steelers – 17.

With the game recap out of the way, let us turn our attention to the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.  Must have been chilly, because the DBC donned their cold weather uniforms.  Click here to view the latest Denver Broncos Cheerleader images.

NFL Regular Season Week 9 – The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders

In Week 9 of the NFL Season, the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders who special military themed uniforms to honor our servicemen and servicewomen, past and present, for their dedication to our country.   Click here to view the Broncos game day gallery of images.

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NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders

They say that cold, damp weather is “football weather”, but I say that football weather is 80 degree temperatures and sunny skies because I live in Southern California and it’s always 80 degrees and sunny.  But apparently football is played in parts of the country that get cold and rain. 

Rain…what’s that?

Well, they did play some football in a place that was very cold and damp this past weekend…beautiful Colorado where the Los Angeles Rams battled the Denver Broncos.   The Rams must have been affected by the unfamiliar weather and thin air because they didn’t seem like their usual self, at least on offense where they only scored 23 points.  But that was enough because their defense held the Broncos to 20 points. 

So let’s take a look at this week’s photos of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders as they braved the cold weather to cheer on the Broncos.  Click here to view the team’s game day gallery.

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