The 2022 Flag Football Season is a wrap! Thanks all for a great season.

Stay tuned! Same great AFS Youth Flag Football League, but with a new NFL twist.
Coming this 2023 season.


General League Details

The flag football season runs from the end of April to end of June. Registration typically opens in January or early February and usually runs until end of March (until full).

The league plays on Sunday afternoons at East Lake Park on both the East and West fields (on either side of the tennis courts). Each session includes a 45-60 minute practice and 30-45 minute game. 

The flag football season will begin with an evaluation day (TBD) and will run for 8 weeks starting at the end of April, depending on weather (no sessions on Victoria Day weekend). The season ends with a year-end tournament at the end of June. 

Times are subject to change and final schedule will be determined after registration closes. Division/age groups may also be subject to change depending on numbers. 

The following divisions are available for registration:

  • U8 Division (for players age 6-7 as of December 31 this year) 
    5 vs 5 Coach Passing
    One or two Offensive Coach(s) calling plays and passing the ball for players as QB. 
    One or two Defensive coach(s) calling defense 10-15 yards behind players.  

  • U10 Division (for players age 8-9 as of December 31 this year)
    5 vs 5 Player Passing
    One Offensive Coach on the field calling plays but with a player at QB.  
    Defensive coach(s) to be on sideline once plays commence.  

  • U12 Division (for players age 10-11 as of December 31 this year)
    5 vs 5 Player Passing
    One Offensive Coach on the field calling plays but with a player at QB.  
    Defensive coach(s) to be on sideline once plays commence.  

  • U14 Division (for players age 12-13 as of December 31 this year) 
    vs 5 Players Passing
    One Offensive Coach on the field calling plays but with a player at QB.  
    Defensive coach(s) to be on sideline once plays commence.  

Birth certificates and Alberta Health numbers are required for age and insurance verification.

All equipment is provided (this includes a jersey, flags and mouth guard), with the exception of shorts/pants and cleats/runners to be the responsibility of the player (no pockets on the shorts/pants and no metal cleats allowed). The jersey and mouth guard are yours to keep as part of your registration.  All players are required to have a mouth guard in while on the field of play. Players can provide their own mouth guard if they so chose.

Kids Sport (www.kidsportcanada.ca) is available for those needing financial assistance.

All proceeds from league fees, and merchandise sales, go directly to league costs and to support minor football organizations in Airdrie, such as the Airdrie Field Turf Project.



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