Flag Football (Men's)
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Citrus County Parks & Recreation would like to congratulate the 2015 Winter Flag Football Champions... Dave Kortman and his neon team. Great job to all the Flag Football teams who participated in the 2015 season.
Flag football - It's simple. You show up, you play, and you leave. Or... you show up, meet the guys at the field, shoot the breeze about last weekend while putting your gear on, the whistle blows, and the game starts. Your adrenaline is pumping, your muscles are hot, you've been at this for a half hour, and you're sweating in Florida's humidity. As you approach the scrimmage line you set up for the next play and ask yourself why you signed up for this? The ball is snapped, you're open, and it's heading your way, you catch it, and take off down the field. It's you, the ground, and the ball. Oh yeah, and the seven other guys on your back! Will you make it?
Start Date: TBA
Commitment Fee: $50.00
(The commitment fee will be deducted from the total amount of each team's league fee)
League Fee: League Fee: $430 (early registration) *If paid before 6/15/16
Field: Homosassa Area Recreational Park
Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Ages: 17 and up
The league is a 10-12 week league that will end with the top 4 - 6 teams in a single elimination play off. This is a semi competitive league, played 7 on 7.
Each team can roster up to 15 players each. A team manager or representative will come to Parks & Recreation to register their team. NO late registrations will be accepted. How Much: Depends on the number of teams entering the league. League fees are comprised of officials, balls, field maintenance and awards. All entrance requirements must be met, registration, league fees, waivers and rosters fully completed and submitted in a timely fashion.
For every game day a team's league fee is late it will result in an automatic forfeit. After two forfeits caused by failure to pay league fees, the team at fault will be dismissed from the league. Their registration fee will not be reimbursed, and Parks and Recreation will revise the schedule.