RESOURCES

We have numerous resources available to help you understand our guiding principles as well as to give you a better understanding of what this great game of flag football is all about. We have divided this section into two.

PARENTS RESOURCES
This section will help you understand the values and principles that we govern this organization by.

1.       Frequently Asked Questions – So fill me in! Tell me what I should know about this league.

2.       Falsifying Information Policy

3.       Personal Information Policy

4.       Refund/Transfer Policy

5.       Photography Policy

6.       NFL Player Waiver

7.       Jersey Sizing Chart

8.       National Flag Football Liability Release Waiver

9.   Parent Code Of Conduct

10.    Weather Policy

INTERESTED IN COACHING?
We hope so! There is no greater bond that you will form with your child then through coaching them in youth sports. We will walk you through everything that you will need to be a successful coach in this program. No experience is necessary. Just great dads that are willing to learn, and pass on their understanding of the game to a bunch of eager little boys and girls who are looking to a have great time playing the game of flag football.

1.       Background Check Procedure – Every coach must pass a background check. Click here to see what’s involved in this process.

2.       Coaches Code of Conduct – Just to make sure our philosophies are in line with each other, here are our policies in regards to coaching etiquette in this league.

3.       Abuse/Molestation Policy – Volunteer to coach is a serious responsibility. It is our job to help you understand all aspects of this position so that you always are observant and aware of possible dangers.

4.       Concussion Certification – To coach in our program, every coach must understand the dangers and warning signs of concussions. Therefore, it is required to that you take and pass (certification required) the CDC Heads Up Concussion test. It's a 30 minute video with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Once you have passed this test, print or save your certificate and email it in to your assigned territory manager. 

5.       Coaching Tips and Principles – Sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of the purpose of our responsibilities as a coach. Here are some basic understandings of what we are looking for from a quality coach in this program.

COACHES RESOURCES  
This section is designed to assist coaches with their understanding of the game of flag football.

1.       Drill Book – Here you will find numerous drills that you can use during your practices. Try incorporating a few of these into each practice that you hold.

2.       Sample Playbook – There are numerous plays that you could come up with. Really, its limited by your imagination. However, when developing your own playbook, please keep in mind your player’s skill sets as a playbook should be customized individually or tweaked for each team that you coach.

1.       Lombardi Playbook (1st Grade and Younger)

2.       Shula Playbook (2nd and 3rd Grade)

3.       Madden Playbook (4th Grade and Older)

4.    NFF USA Football Full Playbook - Plays incorporating most formations including spread, trips, and stacked

5.       Practice Video – This is a great tool to understand how to teach various fundamentals through a practice setting.

6.       Rulebook 3.6 – This is the official rule book of the National Flag Football League.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT? 
Below we have included some thought provoking topics that we wanted to share with you. 

1. How adults take the joy out of youth sports (CHANGING THE GAME PROJECT) by John O'Sullivan

2. What are Eli Manning 's thoughts about flag football? 

3.  How does spring flag football help fall tackle players?

Contact Us

National Headquarters

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Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302

Phone : 248-454-9700
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