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2nd, 3rd & 4th Grade Flag Football Program

Flag Football Schedule

Subject to change - Depending on final registration numbers and field availability the Flag Football Program is tentatively scheduled for the following: 

August 23rd – October 14th

Monday/Wednesday - 3rd Grade only 

Tuesday/Thursday - 2nd and 4th Grade

Program Goal: Provide student athletes entering 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade in the fall of 2021 with some introductory football skills instruction and a ton of fun playing flag football within a house league practice and game schedule.

Program Timing: Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday from 6:15 to 7:45 PM.

Program Fee: $95.00

Flag Football Coordinator:  Chris Buboltz (, contact with any questions regarding the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade flag football program.

Equipment: All players will wear T-shirts, shorts or pants, and football shoes (tennis shoes or rubber cleat baseball/soccer/lacrosse are also acceptable). A mouth guard is required during practice and games. These items are not program provided. The WPYF provides a reversible team jersey and flag belt.

Registration: Please register online. If you are unable to register online, contact Jeremiah at (preferred) or call (763)248-9336 and leave a message for alternative registration options.

WE NEED COACHES:  We are a 100% volunteer organization, we depend on parent coaches.  Please consider coaching your player's team.  All you need is a basic understanding of the game and a willingness to let the kids have fun in a safe and organized environment.  We provide you with practice plans, drill ideas and a standard playbook.  

Team Formation

Teams will be formed by elementary school indicated at the time of registration and registration time stamp.  There are no friend or coach-with requests. 

Priorities are first to ensure that players play on teams with other students from the same school. If a school is able to fill one team roster, and fill or nearly fill a second roster, the team rosters will be formed by arranging the players by registration time stamp and alternating the placement of the players onto the two team rosters with consideration for coaching coverage.

If there are not enough kids from a school to fill a team roster, the players will be grouped with players from a different school or schools. Departures from the above stated practice may be necessary to ensure adequate player count and coaching levels are maintained across the teams.