CAPS Fieldhouse is proud to partner with the All-Time Passing Leader in the NFL, QB Drew Brees, and his Youth Flag Football League that spans all over the country. Football is America's sport!
Football 'N' America is a non-contact youth co-ed flag football league for children in grades K-8. These leagues provide a safe, positive, competitive, and family-friendly environment to children that want to learn the game the right way all while having fun doing it!
Football 'N' America, it's about friends, family and football.
No need to worry about the weather! All games are played indoors in a brand new state of the art, temperature controlled facility with 50ft ceilings!
Our non-contact flag football format prioritizes a safe way to learn, practice, and play the game of football.
If you are interested in coaching a team, please contact the commissioner directly. You can also sign up to coach during the registration process.
We will have a coaches' meeting for both experienced and new coaches to discuss plays, defenses, strategy, rules, etc. before the season. Coaches will also receive access to playbooks and video tutorials created by Drew Brees.
Created by Drew Brees, Chris Stuart, and ProCamps with a goal of providing the gold standard experience in youth flag football.
During registration, you may request to play with as many friends as you'd like. You may also request a specific coach. We'll try our best to accommodate requests, but there are no guarantees.
There is no player draft. Our goal is to create balanced & competitive teams while accommodating as many team requests as possible. You are also welcome to create your own team. If you don't have a team, we will assist in finding a good fit for you.
Since teams are playing 6 v 6 flag football, we believe that a 10 person team maximum would be appropriate in order for every player to get enough playing time each game.
If a team has more than 10 players on their roster, they must split the team into two. Those two teams can either be considered Team A and Team B with the same name or have two different team names.
Good sportsmanship among players, coaches, and parents is critical to creating our positive family environment.