Meet Our Partners

With the help of our partners, we're bringing NFL FLAG to every corner of the U.S. 

Every Team Needs a Deep Bench

At NFL FLAG, we’re constantly working to make our leagues accessible for every boy and girl who wants to play. Thanks to our loyal partners and sponsors, we’ve been able to cut down registration costs for families and operate leagues more seamlessly. From sponsoring tournaments to creating curriculum for PE teachers, these exceptional organizations have helped us bring NFL FLAG to communities and schools across the country.  

Here are some of the valuable organizations we’ve partnered with and how they’ve helped us:  







As the NFL’s official flag football league, we share their core values of sportsmanship, responsibility, integrity, and teamwork. The resources made available by the NFL for parents, coaches, and community leaders ensure that our youth athletes get the most out of the game.




SUBWAY® Restaurants is the proud sponsor of NFL FLAG, presenting sponsor of NFL FLAG Regional Tournaments and NFL FLAG Championships at Pro Bowl.





NERF is the official NFL FLAG football and flag belt, providing every player with a well-fitted belt and durable flags.  




Gatorade is the official hydration partner for NFL FLAG Tournaments and Championships at Pro Bowl.




NFL FLAG is the offical flag league of the NFL and the only flag football league where athletes can wear official NFL gear. Augusta Sportwear is the foundation for our high-quality, professional jerseys. 

MOJO is an official operating partner of NFL FLAG, providing first-time video access to the entire NFL FLAG playbook. It helps parents new to coaching plan fun and effective practices for their team, while offering experienced coaches a variety of flag football videos to expand their playbook. 

TeamSnap Tournaments serve as the official tournament app of NFL FLAG, including the NFL FLAG Bowl and NFL FLAG Championships at Pro Bowl. From registering teams to providing real-time updates, TeamSnap Tournaments ensures every event is a big success.




Every Kid Sports is a nonprofit organization that removes financial barriers that typically prevent income-restricted families from signing up for youth sports. Starting in 2021, Every Kid Sports is making NFL FLAG more accessible and affordable by paying all registration fees for qualifying athletes.

GENYOUth is a nationally recognized youth wellness organization that aims to create healthy school communities. Together, we implemented Flag-In-Schools, a comprehensive flag football toolkit designed to support elementary, middle, and high school PE teachers. Since 2014, NFL FLAG-In-Schools has offered an estimated 13 million kids the opportunity to develop a love of sport through flag football.

NFL FLAG is the official flag football program of the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association (ARPA).  NFL FLAG provides official NFL licensed jerseys to ARPA member agencies and support ARPA’s statewide flag football tournament with digital branding and marketing support.  





Flag football will be included in the World Games for the first time in 2022. The International World Games Association, working hand-in-hand with the International Olympic Committee, will feature eight men’s and women’s flag football teams from around the world. We’re thrilled to join this event, which will be hosted in Birmingham and is set to be the largest international event in the Southeast since the 1996 Olympics. 

In the spring of 2021, women’s flag football became a college sanctioned sport for the first time and NFL FLAG is proud to partner with NAIA, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 

Together, we will continue to expand the growth of women’s flag football and create a path to college for female athletes who want to take their game to the next level.   

Sponsorship and Partner Opportunities

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