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NFL Youth Flag Football is coming to Ottawa this May 2013. This is a boys and girls (Co-Ed ages 7-14) non-competitive program. Kids Wear NFL gear, improve their game, and stay active! Every child will PLAY every position on the field while learning about the game of football! PLAY. LEARN. HAVE FUN!
Endzone Football is a volunteer-based, not–for-profit organization (#1828048) that has offered quality off-season football training in the Ottawa area for five years.
Capital QB's mission is to help young quarterbacks reach their full potential, by teaching them the proper fundamentals and mechanics. Capital QB's offers quarterback clinics for young athletes' ages 10 to 21 years old in the Ottawa, Ontario, Canada region. Players will go through a complete and sequential learning systems while implementing a safety first approach. Contact us for further details...
The Knights Football Club is a sports club for boys and girls in Kanata aged 8-16. The Knights teach football to kids in a way that instills an appreciation for the importance of teamwork, character and training while at the same time having fun and making new friends.
Over the years, Myers Riders have acquired a healthy reputation of providing a first-rate program for young people who wish to play the game for recreational purposes, as well as those individuals who might aspire to the Junior, University or Professional level.
The Club currently consists of five levels of play: Tyke through Midget. The Club plays at its new home field at South Nepean Park. A fieldhouse at the site provides secure storage for Club equipment as well as home and away change facilities for teams on game day.
Ottawa Gaelic Football Club.
The Ottawa Nepean Touch Football League (ONTFL) has approximately 1900 men and women participating in any one of ( 14 ) divisions of play including separate divisions for Men, Women, Co-Ed and Masters.
West Carleton Minor Football.