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Flag Football at the Y offers a practice/play in one day per week format with a 20-30 minute practice followed by a game. Flag Football programs are co-ed and divided by age for boys and girls ages 5 through 13. We play in the winter with seasons beginning in December and playing into February. Each season begins with skills clinics for two weeks before games begin to help players get acquainted with the game and refresh their skills. 

Y youth sports encourage and promote healthy kids, families, and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition rather than rivalry, the value of participation over winning, team-building as well as individual development, a positive self-image and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others. 

Families are encouraged to be more than mere spectators, by contributing their time as volunteer coaches—as well as being their kid’s greatest fan. 

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Flag Football at the Y helps your child...

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Build Self-confidence
When kids are active in sports their self-esteem grows as they learn how strong their bodies are and develop physical skills and self-reliance.
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Practice Sportsmanship
Being a good sport shows respect for others and helps keep the game in perspective. Understanding sportsmanship fosters positive habits in life.
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Gain New Skills
Kids learn the basics of the game and refine existing skills under the supervision of caring, skilled, and supportive coaches and instructors.
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Learn Discipline
Practicing youth sports regularly helps kids learn the importance of discipline, organization, showing self-control, and staying focused.

Financial Assistance

At the Y, no one is ever turned away from programs or memberships due to an inability to pay. Community giving helps to support financial assistance to those in need.

Virtual Y

YMCA members can access youth sports videos, skills drills, and more anywhere, anytime with YMCA360. Your training can continue even between practices!

Become A Coach

In Y youth sports, parents are encouraged to be more than mere spectators, by contributing their time as volunteer coaches. Share your love of the game with the kids!

I believe playing sports at the Y is a great opportunity for kids to go out and have fun. Learning how to be a valuable team member, and competition, sportsmanship is so important - and that's what kids get at the Y.

YMCA Youth Sports Parent