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Area 8/9/10 Flag Football

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Online Registration

Registration will be open until midnight on Sept. 10!

Tentative schedule

12 p.m. – Delegation check-in
12:30 p.m. – Coaches meeting (location TBD)
12:40 a.m. – Opening Ceremonies
1 p.m. – Competition begins
*Awards will be presented as divisions finish.


Area 8/9/10 Flag Football Match Lists (PDF)
Coach ratio table (PDF)
Team information (PDF)
Flag football resources

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Sport-specific guidelines

  • The qualifying score for each Athlete/Unified Partner is an assessment score.  Please reference the Flag Football Handbook (attached to the registration email or on the Flag Football page) on how to generate a score for each participant.
  • Please complete and submit the Team Information Page (attached to the registration email) for each team within your delegation.  This is an important tool used in the divisioning process.
  • Equipment– Mouth guards are required, but pads are not.  No metal or hard spikes are allowed.  Participants should wear athletic shoes or plastic spikes.  A one-piece, three-flag belt is used for competition, and will be provided.
  • Ball Size – Intermediate (size 4)
  • Roster Size – 5 minimum, 12 maximum.  Rosters provided at the competition will be checked against those provided during registration.
  • Gameplay – 5 vs 5 (3 athletes, 2 partners on the field at all times)
  • Unified Team Sports coach ratios are the same as traditional sports.  Each team still needs one non-playing Level II coach.  Unified Partners are not included in the athlete count for certification ratios.
  • We are now offering an Individual Skills Competition to all Area and State Competitions.