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Welcome to the Midwest Leader in Competitive Youth Flag Football Tournaments!

At Midwest Flag Football Tournaments our goal is to provide Safe, Fun and Competitive tournaments.  Our number one goal is to make sure we have safe tournaments and thats why at all our tournaments we will have on site medical staff.  

Our second goal is to make sure all kids have a good time no matter how their team does.  Flag Football is a great sport to play to enhance your football skills.  It's a great way to improve QB, RB, WR, CB, S and LB skills.  

For those teams that are entering a Midwest Tournament for the first time here are some things to help prepare you for your upcoming tournament.  First, please understand the rules and style of play maybe different then your league play.  These tournaments are open to all teams no matter what type of league you are in or if your team does not belong to a league.  Our rules are based on the NFL Flag Tournament rules with some minor tweaks.  

Expect a very tough tournament and don't get discouraged on how you do in your first tournament.  At these tournaments there will be teams from many different states and some of these teams have been together for a long time.  This is an opportunity for your team to be challenged and play against competition you may have never played against.    

Here are some tips for new teams:

1. When building your team try to get the oldest kids you can that fit in that specific age division.  For example if you plan to play in the 8U division almost all kids that are 2nd graders qualify for that division but don't look for just 2nd graders, there might be 3rd graders that fit the age requirment for the 8U divsion as well because remember its based on birth year. 

2. Make sure you have enough players.  The minimum is 5 kids but kids are going to need breaks and players could potentially have any injuiry.  The Max per team is 10 players but on average teams bring 8 kids.     

3. Make sure to only have 2 coaches.  We will only allow 2 coaches on sidelines.

4. Make sure you read the rule book throughly before signing your team up and feel free to email us with any questions.  Coaches please try to make the scheduled coaches call so we can get all your questions answered and so you have a good idea of all details of the tournament. 

5.  Entering your team:  You will need to have someone either head coach or another person to be the Club Admin to enter your team.  You do not need to have all players and all details of your team completed before entering the tournament.  Check each tournament as they might have a save your spot deposit so you can enter your team and details of players later.  For example the Jesse James Showdown has a $50 non refundable deposit you can put down to hold your spot while continuing to work on all the details.  The total amount due is due on or before tournament registration closing date.

6.  Once your team is entered there is a Parent/Player link you can copy and paste to all the parents of your players.  The parents are responsible for entering all required info of their child so their child is eligble for the team and tournament.  

7.  Player Cards are required and used for player eligblity.  It is one time fee for the year and will be good for a full year for any tournaments that use Zorts Sports.  Team Coaches & Admins you will be able to see who is eligble and who is not on your team.  We ask for you to please stay on top of your players eligibilty.  

8. All tournaments will be using Zorts Sports app so you can follow the tournament.  We encourage all coaches and parents to download the free app so all can track the tournament.  

9.  Club Admins/Coaches/ Parents if you are having issues with Zorts Sports please contact [email protected] or Cassandra at 562-499-9634



Midwest Leader in Youth Competitive Flag Football Tournaments 
Leagues - Mankato & Scott County   

Phone: 952-715-1239
Email: [email protected]

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