You can find your local league at www.UAFLAG.ca or check out all of our locations on our UA FLAG CANADA Football Facebook page here. Don’t forget to like/follow the page to stay informed on all things RISE Flag Football!
Registration fees vary by league; check your local league site to find registration dates and pricing.
Flag football is one of the fastest growing youth sports for both boys and girls, many regions have already sanctioned flag football as a Varsity high school sport, and in 2020, women’s flag football became a sanctioned US college sport. If you have an interest in playing tackle football in the future, RISE flag football is a great place to practice core football skills.
All players will receive an Under Armour RISE Flag Football jersey and shorts (no pockets) which they will wear for games.All players are required to wear a mouthguard which you will need to purchase. Cleats are optional but highly recommended.
There are no mandated practices for RISE Flag Football outside of game nights. On game nights, there will be a 40-50 minute practice or warm-up session prior to the game.
All RISE Flag Football coaches are volunteer parents/family members or volunteer youth community coaches. If you have an interest in coaching your child, we’d love to have you. We have a great group of repeat, seasoned coaches who are here to help new coaches learn the ropes.
Coaches get $100 discount on their player's registration in Oakville. If you're interested in coaching, reach out and request your discount code prior to signup.
The best part about RISE Flag Football is the minimum time commitment. Other than once-a-week game nights, there is no other time commitment for players. It's a fun filled 2 hours. Parents are encouraged to bring their chairs, some refreshments and enjoy and evening watching their players compete.
In traditional American football, teams have five (5) eligible receivers plus a quarterback which equals six (6) players involved in the passing game. The 6v6 format provides a competitive game with the opportunity for QBs and other offensive positions to experience traditional defensive coverages.
Yes! The once-a-week structure of RISE Flag Football provides the opportunity for multisport athletes to try something new or play with their school/neighborhood friends.