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Flag Football

Game Times

 The Flag Football Program runs Saturday mornings at St. Joseph High school (3333 Greenbank Road) as follows;

  • Mite (ages 5-7): 09:00-10:00 
  • Tyke (ages 8-9): 09:00-10:30
  • Mosquito (ages 10-11): 09:00-10:30
  • PeeWee (ages 12-13): 11:00-12:30
  • Bantam (ages 14-15):  11:00-12:30

Please note that times are subject to change depending on how many teams/players are registered. 

John Wong

Flag Football Coordinator

OFA Flag Football Pre-Identification Camp

By KH 09/18/2021, 9:30am EDT

These camps are the first step of the identification process for Team Ontario Flag and will be followed up with the second step in the identification process, tournaments for the athletes to participate in. These steps create the pathway that will allow prospective athletes to compete with the Team Ontario Flag program in 2022 at Football Canada's Regional and National Flag Championships.

To register for either of the camps please CLICK HERE

Football Ontario Camp - Saturday Sept 25, St. Patrick's High School

SESSION 1 (8:30am-10:00am EST) - FUTURES GROUP

·         Ages 10-12 

·         Male and Female

·         Cost: $20


·         Ages 13-16

·         Male

·         Cost: $20


·         All Ages

·         Female

·         Cost: $20

·         4 Sections

o    U16 Section

o    U18 Section

o    U20 Section

o    Senior Section


·         Ages 17+

·         Male

·         Cost: $20


For Immediate Release 

July 22, 2021

Football Ontario Announces Unifying Football League for all of Ontario 

Football Ontario to launch the Ontario Community Football League to enhance football delivery in all Ontario Communities.

Hamilton, Ontario - Football Ontario and the Football Ontario Alignment Task Force are proud to announce the launch of the Ontario Community Football League’s (OCFL) which will be made up of summer contact, fall contact and flag provincial football leagues; the Ontario Summer Football League (OSFL), Ontario Fall Football League (OFFL) and Ontario Community Flag Football League (OCFFL).  The OSFL and OFFL will be the only sanctioned provincial Under 18 contact football leagues in Ontario providing a streamlined process for delivery and participation.

The goal of this new structure is to centralize and standardize the football experience in Ontario and provide contact and non-contact football opportunities for all under one unified brand and umbrella. This alignment initiative creates one destination for all football delivery within the province for Under 18 football for both boys and girls. Through this alignment the organization will create harmonized communication, marketing, business practices, policy/procedures, and football delivery across the province. 

“The work of the alignment committee, members and partners on developing this new delivery model will provide football in Ontario the strongest opportunity to return to the sport coming out of the pandemic. Clarifying to parents and participants the pathway to getting into football is essential to growing the game. The OCFL and its three provincial leagues will do just that.” says Don Hamilton President Football Ontario

The mission of  the OCFL is:

To Provide Inclusive Football Opportunities for All Ontario Communities.

The vision of the OCFL is:

To Be the Leader in Sport Delivery in the Province.

The six core values of the OCFL are:

  1. Community Building
  2. Athlete Centered
  3. Development Focused
  4. Inclusive Opportunities
  5. Innovative Delivery
  6. Excellence


This new structure will ensure meaningful competition for all of its members with development and wellness of all participants at the forefront of delivery fully compliant with Football Canada’s Long Term Player Development Model. Football Ontario will be collaborating with multiple stakeholders and organizations in the public and private sector to help drive growth and development of community football through the OCFL and its leagues. This collaborative approach to delivering provincial football will help to drive down costs and increase participation.

All of the leagues, both contact and non-contact, will have standardized age groups available for both male and female participants.

  • U10 (8 and 9 years old)
  • U12 (10 and 11 years old)
  • U14 (12  and 13 years old)
  • U16 (14 and 15 years old)
  • U18+ (16, 17 and 18 years old)


The OCFL will contain three provincial leagues, spanning over six different regions, including five different age categories; over forty community associations and provide football opportunities to over 8000 participants.  

Action kicks off this fall with the OFFL for U10, U12 and U14. The OFFL is preparing to deliver U16 and U18+ and this will be determined by whether or not high school football resumes during the fall season in each specific region. The OSFL will be hitting the ground in 2022 and applications are currently open for all centers. 

For more information please visit: HERE

Ontario Summer Football League (OSFL): WEBSITE

Ontario Fall Football League (OFFL): WEBSITE

Ontario Community Flag Football League (OCFL): WEBSITE


One community. One banner. One goal. 

#Football for all


Aaron Geisler

Executive Director


ABOUT FOOTBALL ONTARIO: Football Ontario is the sanctioned provincial governing body for football in Ontario, through its focus on transparency, growth, alignment and excellence, is engaged in providing football opportunities for all of Ontario. Football Ontario is driven by a commitment to deliver football programming, opportunities and resources for its members and the provincial football stakeholders. Please visit:



By KH 07/14/2021, 2:00pm EDT

For Immediate Release July 14, 2021


Hamilton, Ontario - Football Ontario has a refreshed new look as the organization unveiled its new logo and name today. This rebranding brings Football Ontario into a new era with a cleaner, updated version to the organization’s design.

A lot of thought went into the design of the organization’s new logo and there is meaning behind these design choices which includes a combination of elements, linked together to create a modern logo to reflect the direction of the Football Ontario community.

Trillium Flower: The trillium flower is there to show that Football Ontario is here first and foremost to support the participants and member organizations within Ontario.

Laces: The six laces on the football represent the six regions of the province and pillars of the organization: Innovation, Alignment, Excellence, Wellness, Community, and Inclusion.

To go along with these branding changes, the organization has developed a new mission, vision, and core values to properly reflect what Football Ontario and the community is striving to achieve within the province, football for all.

Football Ontario mission statement:

“Football for all through leadership, promotion and development”

Football Ontario Vision:

“To become recognized as the leader in the Canadian Football Community”

Football Ontario Core Values:

1) Innovation - to be an innovative provincial governing body

2) Alignment - to align football in Ontario under one vision

3) Excellence - to strive for excellence at all levels by holding ourselves to a high standard

4) Wellness - to ensure the wellness and health of all athletes, coaches, referees, and parents who are a part of our game

5) Community - to foster a positive collaborative approach to building the sport

6) Inclusion - to provide an inclusive environment to grow the sport

Football Ontario’s priority is the commitment to growing grassroots football. Grassroots football is the focus on any participant stepping onto the field for the first time, no matter the age. Football Ontario is striving to make the sport as available and inclusive as possible for all to play by developing grassroots in all communities across the province.

Football Ontario is also launching a secondary logo that is exclusive to Team Ontario programs and participants. With the upcoming apparel partnership, all Team Ontario teams will be representing the brand with a new look. Keep a lookout in the near future for our new team store to purchase the new branded apparel.

Football Ontario would like to thank Paul Leich for all his hard work designing the new brand. Without his hard work this would not have been possible. Make sure you check out his website HERE for all your graphic design and sport logo needs.

As the province prepares for a full return to football, the organization is excited to launch a new cutting edge brand identity that represents the entire community. This new logo and name marks a new era for Football Ontario. An era where the province can become aligned through football.


Aaron Geisler

Executive Director


ABOUT FOOTBALL ONTARIO: Football Ontario is the sanctioned provincial governing body for football in Ontario, through its focus on transparency, growth, alignment and excellence, is engaged in providing football opportunities for all of Ontario. Football Ontario is driven by a commitment to deliver football programming, opportunities and resources for its members and the provincial football stakeholders. Please visit:


2021 Registration Now Open

By KH 02/23/2021, 9:45am EST

Registration for 2021 Eagles Football programs is open.

Something for everyone!

We hope to have a full season of programming pending provincial & city sporting regulations.

May be an image of 1 person, standing, outdoors and text that says 'PROGRAMS FOR EVERYONE EAGLES FOOTBALL IS COMING Register now at NEPEANEAGLES.CA 2021 PROGRAMS Girls Flag Ages 10-19 Open Flag Ages 5-19 Cheer Ages 5-16 Tackle Ages 8-18'

NCAFA - Changing the way we play Non-Contact

By KH 02/03/2021, 12:00pm EST

NCAFA - Changing the way we play Non-Contact Monday January 25, 2021

(OTTAWA) – The National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) is excited to announce changes to their non-contact programs offered throughout the National Capital region. Building on the great success of its girls touch football program, NCAFA will be transitioning to now offer flag football to both Girls and Boys (ages 8 - 21). This transition to flag football will provide a new and better opportunity for girls who participate in the non-contact program. The introduction of the boys flag football program is a wonderful development to the programs offered by NCAFA. Keep your eye on for further updates.

The season is scheduled to run from May through the end of June 2021, while continuing to follow provincial and municipal directives associated with COVID-19. The safety of players, coaches, referees and families remains paramount while seeking innovative solutions so our valuable sports programs can endure and thrive.

“ the introduction of flag football programs for both girls and boys within our participating clubs is a great opportunity for kids to get on the field and experience a great sport. Whether it be tackle or flag or both, NCAFA has a goal to make sure that every child interested in football has a chance to experience it - no matter what and we look forward to making this a reality with the continued support of the OSEG Foundation.” said Gawain Harding, President - NCAFA.

Through NCAFA's continued partnership with the OSEG Foundation, “Our huddle includes everyone” remains a mission at the forefront of our objectives to ensure that all players have the opportunity on the play either contact or non-contact football on the field, with the aim to build not only essential football skills but also develop life skills and friendships for years to come. The league encourages sportsmanship on and off the field, and provides fun and exciting competition while promoting a healthy, active lifestyle for Ottawa youth.

National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) - A 66 year old league and counting, NCAFA is the oldest and largest youth football league in the Ontario Football Alliance. With over 2200 players from Ottawa and the surrounding areas, NCAFA is one of the most inclusive leagues, providing opportunities to kids from the ages of 8 - 21 to learn the game of football in all formats (contact and non-contact). OSEG Foundation – The OSEG Foundation goal is to ensure all children and youth in our community have the opportunity to play, learn and develop through sports. At the OSEG Foundation, we believe that by sharing our passion for sports through structured youth development programs, kids will have an opportunity to excel and reach their full potential. The OSEG Foundation will be a catalyst for social change by leveraging the power of sport to improve the lives of children and youth.