The NIRSA Championship Series is looking for a group of 2019 regional flag football hosts to help us tell our story and provide a wonderful player experience. Applications close Thursday, March 28!
The University of West Florida welcomed a total of 644 participants and brought together 55 teams to compete once more for the opportunity to be called the National Champion in their respective divisions.
It is just before 6:00pm on Sunday, January 6, 2019 and the end of an era has arrived. After 39 years, the University of West Florida has finished hosting its last extramural flag football tournament.
The NIRSA Flag Football Editorial Board was established to review and edit the NIRSA Flag & Touch Football Rules Book & Officials’ Manual. Applications are currently being accepted for six open positions on the board.
NIRSA associate member ZOOOM App and an anonymous donor have partnered with the NIRSA Foundation for the second year in a row to support the Student Officials Development Campaign with a match challenge.
Do you play on a collegiate flag football team? Do you want to play in one of our three divisions at the national championships? Well look no further, registration for the tournament is now open!
The staff is getting ready and the fields are being prepped! The NIRSA Championship Series is ecstatic for not only flag football regionals to start next week but also soccer regionals!
NIRSA Championships Series flag football is looking to fill a number of volunteer positions so apply today for some incredible opportunities! There's something for everyone!
Applications are open for staff and director positions for all NIRSA Championship Series flag football regional tournaments; apply before September 14 for your chance to be on The Series team.
The City of Round Rock along with The University of Texas at Austin, St. Edwards University, and Southwestern University will jointly host the Championships from 2020–2022.