Update

Here is a link to the State of Texas's webpage for the most up to date information -

Texas Health and Human Services COVID-19

3.24.20

National Flag Football Families,

We hope you and your family are doing well. We know these are crazy times, and we are sure you have a ton of questions; flag football is probably not in the top 100. However, we just wanted to give you a heads up on where we stand at the moment. 

On March 19th, Governor Greg Abbott issued a series of Executive Orders. These orders, among other things, has temporarily closed our schools through next Friday, April 3rd. Following the CDC's guidelines and recommendations, we will need to postpone all leagues as necessary to a starting date that aligns with both the CDC, state and local municipalities. The good news is that we will not be canceling our leagues.

In the end, we are at the mercy of the school districts and parks and recreation departments of the communities that we operate in. Ultimately, the safety or our children is our top priority. Due to the fluidity of this situation, we will keep you updated with the latest developments. 

At this point, credits for future seasons will not be given, for we are in a wait and see mode. On the bright side, your uniform and equipment have been received. We are still accepting late registrations and are hopeful for a May start to our season.

Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we will send some emails in regards to practice drills you can work on with your athlete in preparation for the upcoming season.

We are a team. We are all in this together. Everybody can play their part. Please look out for your friends and neighbors as you protect your family. 

3.18.20


Hello National Flag Football families,

As was communicated earlier this week, the Coronavirus is taking a toll on communities and school districts across the country.  Many communities are eliminating large gatherings of people, temporarily shutting down fields, and advising members to stay home. In support of these initiatives and safety of our families, we have decided to delay the start of our season by 1 month.

This will be our new tentative season schedule...

New Registration Deadline - April 19th
Meet & Greet/Game 1 - May 17th
Off For Memorial Day Weekend - May 24th
Game 2 - May 31st
Game 3 - June 7th
Game 4 - June 14th
Game 5 - June 21st
Game 6 (or Madden Playoffs) - June 28th

*Austin League* - Your games will take place on Saturdays on the same weekend listed above. For example, your Meet & Greet/Game 1 will take place on the 16th.

We will also be pushing back our registration deadline to April 19th
. So if you're not registered, there is still time to sign up!

We will continue to monitor the situation and provide you with frequent updates on the logistics of the upcoming season.  The Spring season is not cancelled! We have every intention of having a Spring season, it's just a matter of when we get started. We're sure everyone will be ready to get out of the house and take the field as soon as possible!

Due to the fluidity of this situation, please remain patient as we are making decisions related to individual leagues on a case by case situation.  We will rely highly on the local municipalities' guidance for many of these decisions and will apprise all future changes as soon as we are made aware of them.

Feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.

In the meantime, The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is the same as preventing the cold and flu, and include:

1.    Frequently wash your hands with soap and water.

2.    Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

3.    Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

4.    Stay home when you are sick.

5.    Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

6.    Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces with regular household cleaning spray or wipes.

7.    Follow the CDC's  (Center for Disease Control) recommendations for using a facemask.  The CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory disease, including Coronavirus.  Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms to help prevent the spread of the disease.

CDC: Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Coronavirus Website

CDC: Talking with Children about Coronavirus Disease 2019

Due to the fluidity of this situation, please remain patient as we are making decisions related to individual leagues on a case by case situation.  We will rely highly on the local municipalities' guidance for many of these decisions and will apprise all future changes as soon as we are made aware of them.

We appreciate your participation in the league and will again be as transparent as possible while we work through this Coronavirus Pandemic.

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National Flag Football

2055 Franklin Rd. 
Bloomfield, Michigan 48302

Phone : 281-930-5370
Email : [email protected]

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