CCYF Flag Football Registration Open

Registration Currently Free Given COVID-19 Uncertainty

UpdatedTuesday June 30, 2020 byBill Sones.

We hope that you and your families are safe and health.  For those of you that participated in prior years of CCYF's flag football program, you may have noticed that our registration process has been delayed.   I'm sure that you all can understand that we've been delaying our process as we try to determine how the COVID-19 pandemic will be impacting the flag program in the fall.  Currently, there is obviously a great deal of uncertainty regarding the timing of the program in the fall (pending state and / or town guidelines).  As a result, we are opening up registration to all families that hope to participate but we are NOT collecting fees until we are certain that we will be able to have the program in the fall (click the green "Log In" button at the top of the website to register).  We also have not yet determined what this year's fee will be but expect it to be similar to last year's fee of $170 per player.  Please check back on our website but we will also be emailing out updates as the outlook for the program becomes more clear as the summer progresses.

Flag football FAQ's:

  • Cost $170 after early registration in 2019.  Final fees to be determined (but we do NOT anticipate raising fees). 
  • The season is curretly set to run from Sunday, September 13th through November 15th - but obviously this is tentative due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Program is open to boys and girls entering 1st to 8th grade this fall. 
  • Although based in Concord, the program is open to kids from all towns. 
  • Games are played for 90 minutes on Sundays from either 11am-12:30pm or 12:30-2:00pm on the turf fields at Concord-Carlisle High School. 
  • We usually group two grades together to form teams (e.g. 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th, etc.), but may adjust based on the number of registrants in each grade. 
  • There are no mandatory practices. We will aim to offer a number of skill clinics on weeknights during the season. 
  • Unlike local NFL Flag leagues, this is a non-profit program run by the community.