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ALAMEDA Spring 2020 runs Saturdays March 21- May 16


EBFF NFL FLAG is a fast paced, fun filled game of 5 on 5 flag football where every player is eligible to receive the ball.  There is no contact and no blocking.  It is a style of play that is exciting both to play and watch. NFL FLAG is played in over 1,000 leagues across the country.

At East Bay Flag Football, the main emphasis is on good sportsmanship, skills building and FUN!!!

WE HAVE 2 CO-ED AGE DIVISIONS in ALAMEDA:  9-10, & 11-12.  Players may enter individually or as entire teams.  We encourage kids who want to play together to enter as a team and train for the NFL Flag Regional Tournament.

NOTE: 5/6, 7/8 and 13/15 divisions are held in OAKLAND on SUNDAYS ONLY

  • Your player's age for the Spring Season is the age of your player as of 4/1
  • Your player's age for the Fall Season is the age of your player as of 8/1
  • There are no formal mid-week practices in this "family schedule friendly" program.
  • All teams have at least 1 game every Saturday
  • All teams make the playoffs and have a game each week through the end of the season



  • 3/14 or 3/15  (day & time TBD) –  New Parent, Coaches & Referee Meetings atOakland High Auditorium 
  • 3/21 – Practice/Scrimmage
  • 3/28 - Regular Season Starts
  • 4/4 - Regular Season
  • 4/11 - NO EBFF - Easter
  • 4/18 - Regular Season
  • 4/25- Regular Season
  • 5/2 - Regular Season
  • 5/9 - Regular Season
  • 5/16 - Playoffs
  • 5/24 – 5th Annual Memorial Match-Up Tournament  

WHEN - 1pm - 5pm EXAMPLE SCHEDULE  (SATURDAYS )   Playoff start date may vary by a week or so

  • 9-10 division:     1pm- 3pm    
  • 11-12 division:   3pm - 5pm     

We prefer that players do not "play up" an age group, especially if players are more that 12 months younger than the age cut off.  We also do not want players to "play down" unless there are special needs.  If your player has a special need/situation and you would like him or her to play in a younger or older division, email the reasons for your request at  

For kids that want to play flag football at a more competitive level, check out EBFF's Tournament Team Program

Watch EBFFs First Journey to the NFL FLAG National Championships in Orlando

On your first day, please bring:

  • Birth Certificate (orig or copy). If you have already done this in a prior EBFF season, you do not need to do this again. 
  • Cleats (no metal spikes) or tennis shoes are fine, but cleats are preferable on the grass field    
  • Water or Gatorade.  
  • A youth mouth guard (can be purchased at Sporting Goods store or we should have them avail at the field for $2).

Each Player Receives:

  • NFL team-identified reversible jerseys
  • Participation award
  • USA Football player membership
  • Qualified status to play in the NFL FLAG Regional Tournament.  Winning team in each division qualifies for the NFL FLAG National Tournament.

Your Registration Fees go to a good cause

What if flag football isnt your child's primary sport? Not a problem!  Most players will miss some games.  Dont let that stop you from giving flag football a try. 


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