WHO WE ARE The United States Flag & Touch Football League (U.S.F.T.L.) is a non-profit, 501-(c)(3) membership based organization that was founded in 1988, in Cleveland, Ohio by Executive Director Michael Cihon. The sports of Flag & Touch football were in desperate need of some type of organization because of read more
The Ultimate Flag Football League offers a unique experience you will NOT find anywhere else. Cutting edge social media, player-centered approach, and world class training for referees and staff make TUFF a revolutionary league that is expanding all over the country. We have TUFF6, TUFF9, TUFFher, and are set to read more
The Apex Predators are the top youth flag football club in Nevada based out of Las Vegas. We have 8U-12U teams. We currently play in the NYS and HFFL leagues. We’ve won a combined 7 Nevada league championships and one 10U Regional Championship.
Youth NFL flag football and 7v7 passing leagues for youth K-12th Grade. We operate in various locations throughout the US. We offer numerous benefits to existing operators as part of our Association and can assist new leagues with all operational elements with NO FRANCHISE FEES!
Time for WLF – Warszawska Liga Flagówki [ Warsaw Flag Football League] We invite you to join, all those who have wanted some fun! Ultimately, we want to develop flag football in the leagues for youth and adults. Please like us on FB and follow our social media profiles.
The the original NFL Air It Out 4v4 flag football tour for adults launched in 1993. NFL FLAG 5v5 followed in 1995 for boys and girls ages U6-U14 currently 600,000 registered players. State, Regional and National Championships for Youth 5on5 and Adult 4on4 Recreational and Top Gun Divisions.
The first national American Football federation outside of the United States was founded in Canada in 1896, as Canada already had a long history with Canadian football. Japan was also an early adopter of American football, establishing its national federation in 1936. The first European federation was formed in 1976. read more