Between January 3 and April 25, ZOOOM will match up to $2,000 in gifts made to the Student Officials Development Campaign, one of the NIRSA Foundation’s four fields of interest.
Registration for the National Flag Football Championship is still open and all collegiate teams are invited to join us on a competitive search for Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec national champions!
Does your flag football team have what it takes to become a national champion? The NIRSA Championship Series flag football season is about to begin with 11 regional tournaments happening across the United States.
Eleven sites have been selected to serve as regional hosts for the 2017 NIRSA Championship Series flag football season.
Currently in its 18th edition, the NIRSA Flag & Touch Football Rules Book & Officials’ Manual offers recreation professionals, officials, and players alike an invaluable resource for teaching flag and touch football.
Host site applications for 2017 NIRSA Regional Flag Football Championships are now available. NIRSA member institutions interested in hosting are encouraged to submit an online application!
The 2016 NIRSA Championship Series Flag Football Championships, hosted by UWF, were held in Pensacola, FL from January 6–8. Sixty-seven teams went head-to-head in the panhandle for their opportunity to be crowned a NIRSA Champion.
The NIRSA Championship Series will kick off the new year on Friday, January 6, with the NIRSA National Flag Football Championships at Ashton Brosnaham Park in Pensacola, Florida.
NIRSA Championship Series flag football has started up once again. Following the regional tournaments, the NIRSA National Flag Football Championships will take place in Pensacola, Florida from January 6–8.
Help us continue the tradition of dedicating the NIRSA Flag Football Rules Book to a person who has played a pivotal role in the development of flag football.