Presentation on theme: "GYM FLAG FOOTBALL Equipment Used Belts and Flags Football"— Presentation transcript:
1GYM FLAG FOOTBALL Equipment Used Belts and Flags Football Cones or lines to mark the fieldOFFENSEThe offensive team goal is to score a touchdownThe offensive team has four downs to score a touchdown or get a first down.The offense must complete two passes past the line of scrimmage to get a first down.All offensive players are eligible to catch a pass except the quarterback.5. The quarterback gets the ball hiked to him from the center to must try and throw the football to a receiver.
2GYM FLAG FOOTBALL PLAYERS ON THE FIELD 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 11 = Quarterback2 = Center3 = Receiver4 = Pass Defender5 = Pass Rusher
3GYM FLAG FOOTBALL Ending a Play in Flag Football The play ends when one of the following occurs:1. Someone pulls your flag off2. Your flag falls off3. You step out of bounds4. The ball is fumbled5. A pass is incomplete6. A touchdown is scoredGAME ETIQUETTENo Flag GuardingProper Placement of the flags on your hips
4GYM FLAG FOOTBALL SCORING in FLAG FOOTBALL 1. In regular football a touchdown is worth six points and your get a chance to try for a point after touchdown (PAT)2. In gym football a touchdown is worth one point and you do not get a chance to try for a PAT3. The offense scores a point by throwing a completed pass across the defending team’s goal line.4. The defense can score a touchdown by intercepting a pass and running into the opposite end zone from where the offense is trying to score.OFFICIALSThe referee is in charge of running the game.The referee is the one who determines if the ball has been caught or not.The referee is the one who enforces all penalties.The referee determines whether a team gets a touchdown or a first down.
5GYM FLAG FOOTBALL OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. The Center will hike the ball to Quarterback to start the play.2. Line of Scrimmage: Invisible horizontal line that runs the length of the football and the width of the field. It is where the ball is placed before the start of each play.3. Downs – Attempts to move the football closer to the other team’s goal line.4. Rushing – Going after the Quarterback’s flag.5. Interception – When the football is thrown by the quarterback and the defensive team catches the ball.6. End Zone – The area the team with the football is trying to go to score a touchdown