Kids can participate in practice and compete with each other during flag football games which aim to teach good sportsmanship
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- The program focuses on helping the participants improve their flag football skills while having fun,
- Practice takes place on game day, 30 minutes before the game (games take place in the afternoons, the hours vary from 12–4 p.m.)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 13, 2020. Amount paid never expires. Online reservation required. Must sign waiver. Refundable equipment deposit of $30 not included. Valid for ages 5-13. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bay Area Youth Sports
Bay Area Youth Sports' year-round youth football programs strive to build kids' character as well as their passing skills. Kids' minimum age is 5 to get their start in the non-competitive, co-ed NFL flag football league, whose high-scoring but contact-free games teach values like teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship. The contact flag-football league takes the game's physicality up a notch, while the tackle football league pits kids in full pads and helmets against others of similar weight, age, and experience. Relaxed, family-friendly schedules help keep practices fun and casual at all levels.
In the summer months, Bay Area Youth Sports hosts Bay Area Adventure Camp, where kids aged 5 through 14 enjoy a wide range of activities under the supervision of experienced staff. The younger ones are matched with those leaders in a ratio of four to one, so they're never far from helpful supervision, whether they're playing soccer or learning to skateboard or ride a horse. The camp is partnered with a variety of other companies, which lets them arrange amusement park trips, archery, indoor skydiving, and other activities that require a lot of equipment or any number of roller coasters.