Youth Flag Football Classes

Youth Flag Football Class Schedule & info

register

Early Registration: $200 (+$35 Aviator membership; ends 3/29/2020)
Registration:  $230 (+$35 Aviator membership; ends 4/25/2020)
Day of Class Registration: $250 (+ $35 Aviator membership; begins 4/26/2020

Prorated Rates After 4/26/2020: Contact Michael Barbato at MichaelB@aviatorsports.com or call at 718-758-7543.

Please note all classes require a $35 Annual Aviator Membership

Schedule:

First Class: Sunday, April 26th, 2020

Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Class Schedule:

April 26th, May 3rd, May 10th, May 17th, May 24th, May 31st, June 7th, June 14th

Register

Early Registration: $214 (+$35 Aviator membership; ends 3/29/2020)
Registration:
$244 (+$35 Aviator membership; ends 4/25/2020)
Day of Class Registration:
$264 (+ $35 Aviator membership; begins 4/26/2020)

Prorated Rates After April 26: Contact Michael Barbato at MichaelB@aviatorsports.com or call him at 718-758-7543.

Schedule:

First Class: Sunday, April 26th, 2020

Time: 10:00 AM – 11 :30 AM

Class Schedule:

April 26th, May 3rd, May 10th, May 17th, May 24th, May 31st, June 7th, June 14th

Flag Football Classes are indefinitely postponed

Youth Flag Football Is Weather-Proof

Aviator Sports Youth Flag Football classes will be held on our indoor turf fields and will begin with football basics and move into more position specific activities and drills. Flag Football for kids in a safe alternative to learning fundamentals about the sport in a low-risk environment with dedicated coaching staff. Our classes will focus on the basics of football while including position-specific drills and activities. The goal of our flag football clinics is to mix instructional activities with fun and safe games of flag football which involve little to no physical contact between players.

Flag Football classes are for kids between the ages of 5-­14.

Per USA Football here are the benefits of playing youth flag football:

  • Skill position fundamentals. Young athletes can learn throwing and receiving mechanics without contact. Sometimes, the fear contact alters the kids’ mechanics.
  • Defensive fundamentals. Flag players have to see the ball, play the pass and grab the flag. Grabbing a flag can sometimes be harder than making a tackle. The proper technique in grabbing a flag is transferable to tackle football and helps with proper technique.
  • Work ethic. Just like everything else in life, reaching goals requires work. Flag offers another great environment for kids of all levels to participate in and learn the benefits of working hard individually and as a team

For more questions and help to register for our Flag Football programs, contact Michael Barbato at MichaelB@aviatorsports.com or call him at 718-758-7543.