Registration for this year’s spring flag football league will open on this page at 7am on January 6th. Click on the REGISTER A PLAYER square near the bottom of the page!
**14/15 & 16/17 Division players looking to play in the competitive division but don’t have a team? Join the FREE AGENT list to be potentially contacted by a coach looking to fill a roster**
2020 League Information
The spring league runs from May 9th to June 20-21st every Saturday (and some Sundays) at the U of R. Game times are between 8:30am – 5:30pm. Schedules vary by team. Competitive Division Games are played Friday Nights at U of R between 6:00pm – 10:00pm.
The cost to play is $195 which covers everything and is due when registering.
Fee Includes the following: Reversible Jersey, Shorts, Flags, Mouthguard, 22Fresh Shirt, Player Gift, Team Picture, Subway Lunch @ Jamboree, League Keepsake, One Entry Into the Football Saskatchewan Spring Lottery, Football Saskatchewan Membership, Football Canada Membership, Accident Insurance, Liability Insurance, Quality Trained Refs, and Field Rentals.
If my child doesn’t like flag/I want to withdraw, can I get a refund?
From the start of registration to the start of the season fees will be returned less a $75 withdrawal fee. After game 1 fees will be returned less a $100 withdrawal fee. There will be no refunds issued after the second game.
Team assignments are random by school / area. NO Special requests are allowed.
Teams are distributed to ensure even numbers on each team (10-12 players/team).
Kids are placed in divisions based on their age as of December 31, 2020. Competitive Teams make up their own team and get their own coach. We will also have all-girl teams in all the division (based on data from previous seasons).
Practice schedules are at the discretion of the coaches. We do this so that each coach can schedule practices that are at the most convenient locations and times for their team
FLAG FOOTBALL EASTER CAMP
A camp to develop the fundamental skills used in the game of flag football. Passing, catching, running patterns, rushing, flagging, and defensive skills will all be covered. Who: Boys and Girls ages 6 to 13 (As of Dec 31/20). When: April 13th-17th, Monday to Friday, 9-12pm or 1-4pm Where: Affinity Plex (Indoor Turf Facility) Cost: $175.00 Registration Opens: January 6th, 2020 (Registration can close before the registration close date if the camp is full. Upon being full, players are added to a waitlist within their age grouping for the camp).
Recreational vs. Competitive (14/15 & 16/17 Divisions Only)
Our goal for the Regina Youth Flag Football League is to provide every child with anequal opportunity to play flag football. We believe our structure will give the kids the opportunity to learn and play multiple positions on both offense and defense. Our main focus is making sure everyone is having FUN while learning the basics of the game, teamwork and important lessons in sportsmanship. We have improved the quality and value of our program to provide our players with the best experience possible.
Recreational “Fun Doesn’t Mean It’s Not Competitive”
Players, coaches or teams who play to have FUN. Your child will learn the basic fundamentals of passing /catching and is designed to help develop an understanding of rules, teamwork, fundamentals and sportsmanship. This is a great way for our players to learn the basics of the game, and develop the skills and techniques necessary to succeed on both offense and defense. The slate of practices and games ensures that all participants receive comprehensive instruction and gain a keen understanding of the sport. Although it’s recreational, teams are still competitive in nature, but are not competing to represent Saskatchewan at Nationals.
Players, coaches and teams who play to win, and have a skill level to reflect that. Our Competitive League format is a natural fit for young players who have developed into all-stars on their respective recreational teams. These players will develop a greater love for the game and improve their individual skill set at a much quicker pace by playing with and against other highly skilled players and teams. Players create their own teams and find their own coach(es). These teams will compete for an opportunity to represent Saskatchewan at Nationals.
RYFFL Parent’s Code of Conduct
I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care, and encouragement for my child participating in the RYFFL by following this Parents’ Code of Ethics.
I (and my guests) will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, and officials at every game, practice or other RYFFL event.
I (and my guests) will not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player, or parent such as booing and taunting, refusing to shake hands, or using profane language or gestures.
I will place the emotional and physical well-being of my child ahead of my personal desire to win.
I will never ridicule or yell at my child or other participant for making a mistake of losing a competition.
I will assist my child by supplying him/her with the necessary equipment to play in a safe and healthy environment.
I will understand that my child’s coach will be trained in the responsibilities of the RYFFL and that the coach upholds the RYFFL Coaches’ Code of Conduct.
I will support coaches and officials working with my child, in order to encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all.
I understand that the referees have a job to do and that they are human beings who are entitled to make mistakes. I will show respect to them and understand that if a “bad” call is made against my child or his/her team that it’s part of the game and the referees do not benefit in any way if my child’s team wins or loses.
I will remember that the game is for youth – not adults.
I will do my very best to make youth sports fun for my child. I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect regardless of race, sex, creed or ability.
I do understand that I will abide by the above Code of Conduct, if I do not live up to the Parents’ Code of Conduct, I will be subject to disciplinary action that could include, but is not limited to the following: verbal warning by official, coach, or Field Manager; ejection from the field; parental game suspension, game forfeit; or season suspension with no refund of fees.