2021 Spring Flag Football Registration Now Closed
Spring Flag football is a 1 day a week program focused on developing skills and teamwork for children with all skill sets, that can carry over into the fall football season. We've designed this program to keep kids running around as part of FYF while making the time commitment and price point minimal to make sure that kids can still play the more traditional spring sports!
We are working on finalizing the details of the schedule with Fairfield Parks & Rec Department, but we are looking to start the season the last week of March and end the second weekend of June.
Both weekends and week of April break will be off, so we are focusing on 9 weeks. We are targeting similiar days of week as last season - where grades K-2 will play on Sunday Morning, and grades 3-4 will play on Monday afternoons. Registration is based on current spring grade.
We have done our best to work with the othe sports leagues to avoid overlap but we understand there could be weeks that not everyone will be able to attend. We want to give kids an outlet to continue to play when it works while being respectful to the traditional spring sports!
The 90-minute format will be 30-45 minutes each week of drills and development followed by 45-60 minutes of a game/scrimmage.
Each player will receive a team jersey and an FYF protective face covering. Each program is limited to the first 120 players and after that, we will move to a first come/first serve wait list.
Our goal is to let kids have fun and develop them to be ready for the upcoming fall season as well as introduce kids who have not played yet to our league and how much fun it can be.
Team Make-Up - PARENTS PLEASE READ:
Because most levels, except Kindergarten, are composed of a combination of grades (1-2, 3-4) each team is made to ensure that there is a balance of both grade levels. Teams are not made up based on school as the league believes that playing sports with other kids outside of their social circle benefits them in making new friends, and further develop many of the social skills that they will need for life. If parents wish to have their friends play together, the best way to ensure that this happens is for their parents to volunteer to coach.