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Spring 2019 - 7 on 7 Football

Tournament Bracket

2019 7 on 7 COLLEGE DIVISION STANDINGS

COLLEGE DIVISION WIN LOSS TIE POINTS AGAINST
Buckeys (1) 5 1 0 58
Longhorns (3) 3 2 1 72
Lumberjacks (2) 4 1 1 91
Sasquatch (4) 2 4 0 80
TIgers (5) 0 6 0 175

2019 7 on 7 PRO Division Standings

PRO DIVISION WIN LOSS TIE POINTS AGAINST
Bandits (4) 3 3 0 110
Commanders (3) 3 3 0 112
Jaguars (1) 5 1 0 94
Oilers (5) 1 4 1 162
Patriots (6) 0 5 1 175
Pioneers (2) 5 1 0 97

 

Attention: Quarterbacks, Receivers, Running Backs, Tight Ends,
Defensive Backs, and Linebackers!

FYFA 7-on-7 passing league is a competitive, one-hand touch football program that specifically enables quarterbacks, receivers, running backs, defensive backs, linebackers and other skill players to improve their crafts.  The purpose of the league is to provide an opportunity for young football players to improve their passing, catching, and defensive coverage skills. It will also improve player speed, agility,  quickness and decision making with its fast pace and one-on-one play. The game is played with a quarterback and receivers on offense (i.e., no offensive lineman blocking) and defensive backs and linebackers on defense (i.e., no defensive lineman rushing the quarterback).

 

Registration is closed for the 2019 season!

 

Eligibility:  4th/5th grade and 6th/7th grade

  • Cost:
    • $130 per player (with soft-shell helmet)
    • $100 per player (player provided helmet)
  • Soft-Shell helmets are required for all players
  • Game dates: March 31, April 14, April 28 and May 5
    • Games are played on Sunday afternoons to minimize conflicts with other sports.
    • Total of 8 games in regular season; two games per day
  • Tournament: May 19
  • Teams will be drafted the week of March 6th
  • All games played at Centennial park


Registration deadline is March 5th

For more information contact:

fyfa.broncos@gmail.com

 

How to measure for the soft helmet

MEASURE YOUR HEAD

Measuring for your head size is both an art and a science. You can use a tape measure (or a length of string that you will have to hold up to a tape measure) to determine the length. Place the string or tape around your head about 1/8" above your ear, across the mid-forehead, completely circling your head. Hold the tape firmly, but not too tightly. Basically you need to measure your head exactly where the hat will sit. If your measurement falls between sizes, choose the next largest size.