The Bell Warriors have been providing football programs for over 60 years but most people do not know that we offer non-contact football programs for boys & girls.
2021 SUMMER FLAG FOOTBALL IS BACK!!!!
DON’T MISS OUT on any status updates. CLICK HERE to contact Rodney Moors if you are interested in either of our FLAG FOOTBALL programs. Rodney will keep you updated on all developments related to our flag football programs and start dates which may be impacted by COVID-19 public health announcements.
BOYS FLAG FOOTBALL (Ages 5-18):
Our non-contact BOYS FLAG FOOTBALL program has been continuing to grow since its reintroduction a few years back and we are excited to be part of the inaugural season for Boy’s Flag Football this year at our league level at NCAFA. The Bell Warriors will be one of many NCAFA clubs that will be hosting the program. Boys Flag Football will be a closed boundary program and will use the tackle football boundaries. All will offer skill development and game play. U8 participants will complete the Football Canada First Down Program. The sessions of the First Down Program develop fundamental movement skills like running, throwing, catching and kicking. The program incorporates football related movements, activities, and skills to help build physical literacy. For U12 and above, NCAFA hopes to offer city-wide competition between teams.
Our Summer Flag Football program will begin Mid-July through August. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL (Ages 5-18):
The Bell Warriors GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL program offers girl’s the ultimate opportunity to compete and have fun. Arguably, there is no other sport that combines hand-eye coordination, throwing, catching, running and conditioning like Flag Football. Our Summer Girl’s Flag Football program will begin Mid-July through August. For more details, please email email@example.com.
The Bell Warriors girls touch football program has been a great success for over 10 years. This year the touch football program becomes the flag football program. Flag football offers more opportunities provincially, nationally, and internationally. The flag program will continue to develop hand-eye coordination, throwing, catching, running and conditioning. Girls flag football, unlike the boys program, has open boundaries.