Flag Football

Flag football

2021 Brighton Recreation Center Flag Football

Early bird registration: July 31                                 Cost:$50 

Last chance to register: August 14                          Cost:$55

Season:                                                             September 11th – October 16th

Age GroupsPracticesGamesRegistration
6-7 YearsTwice a WeekSaturdays at Brighton ParkClosed
8-9 YearsTwice a WeekSaturdays at Brighton ParkClosed
10-12 YearsTwice a WeekSaturdays at Brighton ParkClosed

Coach’s Meeting: Monday, August 30th @ 6 PM at the Brighton Recreation Center

At the Brighton Youth Sports Department we strongly believe that flag football is a sport that everyone can play regardless of skill, size, or strength.

  • Games are based on the NFL "Air it Out" format, where each team plays with 5 players on the field at a time.
  • Games and practices are held at local parks. Each child plays equal time no matter the skill level.
  • All practices will be held on weekdays and are determined by the team's coach. Coaches will call the parents to let them know the days practices have been scheduled. 
  • Games are scheduled on Saturdays at Brighton Park.
  • Players are placed on a team according to age.
  • Each child will be given a game shirt for them to keep.
  • Players are not required to wear cleats. No player are allowed to wear metal cleats.
  • Players will also be issued flag belts, by the coaches, to wear during games and practice.
  • If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Brighton Parks & Recreation Department Goals & Purpose for Youth Sports

  • To give every child the opportunity to participate in Youth Sports, regardless of ability.
  • To teach the participants the skills and fundamentals of the sport in which they are participating.
  • To encourage the participants’ development of sportsmanship, team play, and leadership.
  • To teach the participants that competition and winning are not the primary objective; therefore a strong commitment should be made towards improvement of skills and having fun!!
  • To encourage coaches to teach children that success does not require winning a game and that losing does not mean one is a failure.
  • To have coaches teach kids to strive for excellence, to do the best they can.
  • To have mandatory playing rules to guarantee participation opportunities for every child.

City of Brighton Parks & Recreation Department

Policies for Youth Sports

During any Youth Sports event Brighton Parks & Recreation Department prohibits behavior which is inappropriate, such as: profanity, abusive language or behavior, smoking and the consumption of alcohol, removal of any Brighton Rec. property, or criminal conduct.

* Special Note: During football games parents or spectators are not allowed to stand on the players sideline.