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7v7 City League Rules

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How big are the rosters?
    • There is no max player limit however, we want everyone to get an ample amount of playing time.
    • JV & Varsity Divisions are encouraged as long as there are enough players/teams.
    • A roster can be split at the discretion of the League Director. Ex: If there are 4 Quarterbacks on a roster, the team will most likely be split based on if there are enough players to roster two teams.
  • What day and where are the practices?
    • Practices will be held an hour prior to the game at the game location, unless the coach wants to organize a practice during the week voluntarily. There will be a designated practice area for the teams on gameday.
  • Who will be the coaches and how do you become a coach?
    • We encourage parents to participate as coaches as we promote a fun filled family atmosphere in developing proper sportsmanship. To become a Coach please contact the league commissioner. Every coach is subject to a background check.
  • What if my High School team cannot roster a full team?
    • Individuals can still play. If your HS team cannot roster a full team, you will be placed on a team.
  • How do I form or register a team?
    • Each team requires at least 9 players on the roster. Each player is required to sign up individually and submit their current/future High School team.
  • What does my kid need to wear for games?
    • Every player is required to wear a Gamebreaker soft shell helmet.
    • Every player is required to wear a mouthguard.
    • Film To Field will provide all players with their game compression top & shorts.
  • Can a Varsity player play in the JV Division?
    • NO. A Varsity player (rising 11th, rising 12 or current 12th grader) can never play down but a JV player can play up.
  • What is the time commitment associated with 7v7?
    • Each team will play two 40-minute games one or two nights per week.
  • What ages are allowed to play in the league?
    • Rising 9th - 12th graders
    • Current 8th graders in the spring who will be rising 9th graders in the fall
    • Current 12th graders are allowed to play if league is played before their graduation