- Flag Football League -
Flag Football Rosters-
Flag Football 1-2nd Grade Teams
Coaches Meeting is at the Granger Community Center Meeting Room on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 6:30pm (1-2nd Grade Coaches)
-Coaches Meetings will be conducted after the deadline and will give the coaches sample lesson plans, game rules, and a sample playbook. They will also receive a bag with footballs and flags for their practices. Granger Parks and Rec ribbons will handed out the last day.
-Coaches will decide their weekday practice time/location/day during the coaches meeting. Practices can be set up at the Community Center Recreation Area or any other greenspace that is available.
Online Registration will open April 1st!
*Deadline is August 1, 2019
Coaches Meeting will be at the Granger Community Center on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 6:30pm (1-2nd Grade Coaches)
|Dates:||All Practices can begin the week of Monday, August 19, 2019|
|Times:||Grades 1-2: Practices for this age group are two times per week until the first game (decided by volunteer coach) and then once per week after the first game. |
Games are played on Sunday afternoons, September 15 - September 29, 2019
|Divisions:||Divisions Include- |
Going into Grade 1 & 2 (Fall of 2019)
|Cost:||Residents & Non-Residents- $40 per player per session|
|Location:||All games are held at new complex directly east of the Granger Community Center. You will need to park at the Community Center (2200 Walnut Street)|
|Registration:||Register online by clicking here to Register Online, OR Stop in to Granger City Hall (1906 Main St.) |
No player requests will be granted to be on the same team unless the parents are coaching together (2 coaches per team). Please indicate this during registration. Players will also not be allowed to play up a grade unless they have been approved by the Parks and Rec to do so. Requests and approval must be received to do this before registering your child.
|Instructor||Parent Volunteer Coaches|
Granger Parks and Recreation Director
|Description:||This program allows players to play in a recreational atmosphere supervised by parent volunteers. Scores will not be kept. Each game will consist of 2 20minute halves. Teams practice during the week (Grades 1-2) and then play their league games on Sunday afternoons. Players are assigned to a team randomly so no requests will be taken.|