Registration for the Spring 2020 is open
Registration Ends February 28th
|Calendar of Events||Dates||Location||Notes|
|Registration Open||November 20|
|Regular Registration Ends||January 31|
|Late Registration Ends||February 28|
|Pre-Season Camp||February 22||Field 2|
|Coaches Meeting & Draft||Week of February 24th|
|Players Notified of Team by Coach||By March 2|
|Group Practice||February 25 - 27||Field 2|
|Games Begin - Rookie||Week of March 23||Field 2||No games week before/after Spring Break|
|Games Begin - Jrs/Srs||Week of March 23||Field 2||No games Easter weekend|
|Regular Season Ends||May 9||No games Memorial Day weekend|
|Playoff Dates||May 14 - 16||Field 2|
|Division||Grade*||Camp Only||Season Only||Camp & Season||Practices Start||Games Start|
|Rookie||1st/2nd||$60||$120||$170||Week of 2/24||Week of 3/23|
|Week of 3/23|
|Week of 3/23|
*Grade as of August 31, 2019
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The Town & Country Optimist Club (T&C Sports – Austin, TX) has opened 2020 pre-season Youth Camp & Spring season Flag Football registration. The camp will be held February 22nd & the Spring season begins the week of March 2nd. T&C Sports flag football program is located in Northwest Austin, TX; part of a 95-acre sports complex between Cedar Park and Round Rock, TX. The flag football program is open to both boys and girls. Ages for the pre-season camp/clinic and the Spring season are 1st grade through 7th grade. The evening camp/clinic is will be held from 6 pm until 9 pm. All games for the Spring season the week of March 23rd. Teams usually practice once or twice per week for 60-90 minutes with each team’s volunteer head coach coordinating practice times with team parents. Games are expected to be played under the lights on Thursday or Friday nights starting between 6:30 or 7:45 pm or Saturday mornings with games beginning at 9am.
T & C Sports / Football President, Sebronzik Wright (Coach Z), said that “T&C Sports is building an exciting, family-friendly Flag Football program. We just finished a very successful Fall Season and we anticipate an even larger turnout for the Spring season.” He went on to say that T&C Sports is offering a discount for those kids who attend both the pre-season camp and participate in the Spring season. Friend and coach requests are honored when possible and coaches are allowed to bring a whole team to participate. “One of the goals for our flag football league is for kids to get to play with friends, as well as to meet new friends to deliver a memorable experience for our Central Texas football community “, said Coach Z.
Those interested in learning more about the T&C Sports Flag Football Program and to register can use this link: https://www.tandcsports.org/tcfootball
ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY OPTIMIST CLUB:
The Town & Country Optimist Club (T&C Sports) is a non-profit organization formed in 1974 by a group of North Austin parents to offer youth sports. The Club promotes the ideals of Optimist International and supports the North Austin area by providing quality youth sports facilities and programs. Club goals are to provide opportunities for all who wish to participate and to promote an environment of learning and sportsmanship in all activities. The Club also supports youth development through involvement in selected youth-oriented community activities.
With the continuation of the NFL Flag Football program hosted by T&C Sports this season, it is a great responsibility to organize the practices and games that your child plays with T&C Sports. We appreciate the opportunity to help reveal to kids the joy of competitive sports.
We just opened the Fall NFL Flag Football registration along with two new summer flag football camps only a few weeks ago and already the response has been great.
With our expanded Pee Wee level program, it seems that parents and kids are appreciating the fun of NFL Flag Football and recognizing it as a great way to develop some of the basic athletic skills that will carry into their later years.
If you are exploring your options for this Fall season, give flag football a careful consideration. It is much more different than the flag football games that you may have played when you were a kid.
We strive to provide a foundation that gives children the option to play football with the same fitness and competitive benefits of tackle football, but with less risk of injury. This program allows parents to wait until later in a child’s physical grow cycle before introducing them to the much more intense demands of tackle football while still teaching the game of football.
Along with the physical benefits of playing a sport like flag football, there are a number of character-building benefits for children.
Youth flag football is a great team sport. Kids have the chance to play, work and interact with other children, teaching them skills to work together. Teamwork is a big aspect of flag football as kids learn how important it is to cooperate with others and work towards a common goal.
THE VALUE OF PRACTICE
Along with teamwork, our T&C Sports coaches will teach your child the importance of practice. As coaches work on fundamentals to help your child learn the game, players discover that practice is an important part to playing a sport, and that without practice, improvement in any skill can be difficult.
HOW TO COMPETE
Playing a youth sport such as flag football teaches your child how to compete, as an individual and also as a member of a team. Working hard on the playing field provides learning lessons that can go beyond sports.
VALUABLE SOCIAL SKILLS
Flag football is also a great way for children to develop social skills. By being a part of a team, children learn how to communicate and work well with others. They will learn how to take initiative and lead, but then they also learn when it is their turn to sit back and follow. The social skills kids gain by learning how to play with other children from different backgrounds is priceless and will continue to be an asset to them as they grow older.
Most importantly, playing flag football with T&C Sports teaches your child the value of being a good sport and behaving with integrity, respect and humility, regardless of winning or losing. Being positive and shaking hands with teammates, referees and opponents instills valuable lessons in your child.
Character building and social skills are certainly major benefits to flag football participation, but let’s not forget that it’s also fun and a great way to make new friends! If you want to register your son or daughter for a NFL Flag football program, follow this link to sign up today before Early Registration closes on February 1st!
Where: T&C Field 2
What to Bring to Practice: