NAIA introduces Women’s Flag Football
Women’s flag football is on its way to becoming an official NAIA varsity sport by 2021, thanks to a two-year partnership between the NAIA, the NFL and RCX.
As parts of the country begin to loosen restrictions and reopen businesses following COVID-19, we ask that leagues adhere to the specific health and safety guidelines laid out by their state and local governments and health officials before returning to play.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback and Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson has been named Chairman of NFL FLAG. The global partnership will focus on strengthening NFL FLAG domestically and expanding the league internationally
NFL FLAG players from across the country will battle on the digital gridiron for a chance to win prizes from the NFL and one-on-one online coaching sessions with Metro Esports Pro training staff. The 3-day event will kick off Friday, June 5, with select games and all semifinal and championship games being livestreamed on YouTube and Twitch through Sunday, June 7.
NFL FLAG IS THE LARGEST, MOST RECOGNIZED FLAG FOOTBALL ORGANIZATION IN THE U.S.
Be part of something special by joining the NFL FLAG movement. There’s no organization more suited for spreading the joy of youth football to your community.
Whether you’re starting a new league or converting an existing league to NFL FLAG, our leagues are easy to start and a great way to get boys and girls ages 5 to 17 involved.
1,600 + LEAGUES | 500,000 + YOUTH ATHLETES | 50 STATES
NFL FLAG is a fun and accessible non-contact program for girls and boys ages 5-17.
Sports have the power to transform athletes and unite communities. That’s why we’re bringing flag football to every corner of the U.S. to provide youth athletes with the opportunities and experience to get in the game.
Backed by the NFL with an emphasis on football fundamentals and community involvement, NFL FLAG is here to empower youth athletes across the nation.