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Drew Lieberman joins the Coach and Coordinator podcast to talk about how to save your receivers' legs during the season.
In a sport dominated by males and where football players who are females are typically kickers, one San Jose high-school senior made history on the field with a play.
Founded in 2009, Football Beyond Borders (FBB) began as a global engagement project that used football to help tackle wider issues within the community.
The lessons I learned from football are priceless. Here are 15 things football has taught players that they can use everyday:
The transition from flag to tackle football can be tough, but here are some tips to help make it through that first season.
Game day is stressful enough without all the butterflies, but they’re unfortunately inevitable. However, like anything in life, if you expect the nerves and plan how to face them then it’ll be a smoother process getting past them.
Coaching is far more than one play, in one game, in one season. It's a commitment that can elevate the game, and your players, for a lifetime.
For parents, enrolling your child in flag football is the perfect way to get him/her involved with the sport, especially if they’re nervous about contact.
As parents, our goal before each game should be to support the team the best way we can. That means volunteering to help where needed and being the best fanbase we can be – and not just at the first game, but all season long.
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