Flag Football

Flag Football


   GRADES: K - 8th

REGISTER: by August 1st

    STARTS: August 14th

10 games and the end of season tournament.

SHORTS ARE NOW INCLUDED! Matching shorts for jersey colors. Players will look great!

(SAMPLE colors below, colors subject to change)

ORANGE shorts
GREY shorts
GOLD shorts
RED shorts
GOLD shorts
ORANGE shorts
PURPLE shorts
YELLOW shorts
GREY shorts
BLACK shorts

For more information please view our FAQ page, http://www.thefarmleague.com/faq


New 8U Division, age determined on January 1, 2020

Spring 2020 Flag Football Tournament

Kindergarten Bills- A Champions

1st Grade Steelers- A Champions                                                                 1st Grade Panthers - B Champions 


2nd Grade Saints- A Champions                                                                           2nd Grade Seahawks- B Champions


3rd Grade Patriots - B Champions 

4th Grade Predators - A Champions                                                                4th Grade Dolphins - A Runner Up


5th Grade Houston Bulldawgs - A Champoins                                             5th Grade Klein Texans - B Champions


MS Chargers - A Champions                                                                         MS Texans - B Champions


MS Falcons - A Runner Up

5 on 5 FLAG - (K-9th) Our primary league and style for the last 8 years. The NFL 5 on 5 program brings in the rushers like 8 man, but they start 7 yards off the line of scrimmage. The QB must still decide what to do under pressure but has an extra second to so. The QB can not run with the ball. ALL PASSING. Both styles of flag make the defenders pull a flag to tackle a player. This is great for the defenders to get in a good tackle position AND allows the ball carrier the ability to JUKE and evade the tackle. Games are on Tuesday nights, Friday nights, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. 

7 on 7 TOUCH - (4th-HS) This is an offensive game and its primary benefit is for QB and WR routes. There are 7 defenders and 5 WR. Even though 7 on 7 is played as a high school program, it is actually the easiest of the 3 for several reasons. 7 on 7 is a one hand touch anywhere, and the QB has no rusher with 4 seconds to release the ball. Registration begins Dec. 1.

8 man FLAG Tournaments - (HS & Adult) The most challenging is 8 on 8 flag football. A couple of the reasons are 1) it is on a large football size field, 2) multiple rushers start ON THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE and can rush the QB . The QB can run with the ball so it makes for a complete game of football with out contact. Every college campus plays this style. TAAF is the state organization and they run leagues and State tournaments for 8 man.

Playing the different styles keeps the players engaged in the game, while learning the many aspects of football.

Want to play some tournaments ?? contact the COLTS

12U COLTS win the 2016 NFL New Orleans regional tournament!!!!

And, qualify for the National Championship Tournament to be held at the Pro bowl in January 2017!!!!!!