- U8 (2012, 2013, 2014) – 5-Man Flag is a five on five no-contact football game that runs in the VMFL from late August to late October every year. Each team comprises of around 7-10 players and 1 game is played every Sunday during the season. This age group also participates in a few mini tournaments during the season.
- Atom (2010, 2011) – 9-man Flag. Players will wear protective football equipment and FLAGS on the hips. Blocking will be allowed at the line of scrimmage. There will be no tackling. The ball carrier whose flag is removed by defensive player will be considered tackled.
- Peewee (2008, 2009) – This will be either 9man or 12man with standard Canadian football rules. This division is for 10 and 11 years. Players at this level start to learn greater details of how to play the game of football and learn more detailed techniques.
- Junior Bantam (2006, 2007) – As with Peewee this division plays 12man or 9man depending on number of registered players. Players in this level are 12 and 13 years old. Here the passing game begins to develop along with the learning of schemes and bigger playbooks.
- Bantam (2004, 2005) – For players 14 and 15 years old. As with the other divisions, the game may be 12man or 9man depending on registration. Players will be challenged by their coaches to see translate the practices to game success.
- Midget (2001, 2002, 2003) – The final division in Community Football is for the 16, 17 and 18 year olds. Each team is limited to how many 18 year old players they can have on their roster but for most associations that is not an issue. By allowing the senior players a chance to stay in community football it gives these kids another avenue of football before they move on to the next phase of their lives. The Midget level has produce some of the most exciting football including many of the last VMFL finals and Provincial games.
- Fall Flag: August – November
- Fall Tackle: August – November
Fall practices begin in first July.
Flag(U8) & Atom(U10) Tuesdays/Thursdays: 6:00pm – 7:30pm* (this is tentative days/times may change)
PeeWee(U10) & ages 12+ Tuesdays/Thursdays: 6:00pm – 8:00pm* (this is tentative days/times may change)
- A third practice for Tackle Divisions is usually added on Saturday morning or afternoon, decided by coach.
- In the Fall when it is too dark, Time/Days may change as location changes to a lit field. Coaches will notify you. (We have in past used the lit Point Grey, Musqueam facilities, and UBC). Practice days times and locations are tentative and may change.
Practices Take Place At Carnarvon Park (Bantam/Midget divisions may practice at alternate field TBD) (Late/mid Sept is move to a lit field, in past used: UBC, Point Grey, Musqueam Turf. Days/times/locations of practices may change when moving to lit field.
Carnarvon Park – View on map
Musqueam Turf – View on map
Point Grey Turf – View on map
Games (approx.) – 8-10 regular season games beginning early September – five home games and five away games held in the Lower Mainland.
Equipment – all equipment is provided by the club except cleats, football girdle & practice jersey & practice pants. Practice jerseys/pants, and girdles can be purchased from the Club or bring you own (an extra large t-shirt is fine to start with).
WARRIORS CHEER SQUAD
The Westside Warrior Cheer program is broken into three age categories of Atom (6-8 year olds), Peewee (9-11 year olds), Jr. Bantam (12-14 year olds).
During the football season all cheerleaders participate on game days for their respective teams usually at home and occasionally they will travel to away games. As well when football teams make the playoffs the associated cheer squad will follow their team including final playoff games at various fields as required. Near the end of the tackle season, The team will partake in the annual cheer competition against other local cheer squads which will be held at a lower mainland high school
For information about our Warriors Cheer Squad, CLICK HERE
FALL Registration is OPEN
Refund Policy: Participants who drop out of the Fall program on or before June 30 will receive 50% refund. July 1st onwards are NO REFUNDS
This is one of the fastest growing games in Canada and the Vancouver Warriors have been a leader since the first season of play in BC. 5 on 5 Flag Football is a non-contact sport that runs in the Lower Mainland during April, May & early June. Each team comprises of around 8-12 players and games are played over five-weekend jamborees with each jamboree consisting of multiple games during the day.
- U10 – 2010, 2011, 2012
- U12 – 2008, 2009
- U14 – 2006, 2007
- U16 – 2004, 2005
- U19 – 2001, 2002, 2003
WHO CAN PLAY?
Anyone can play. The program is designed to develop core skills for Running, Passing, Catching, and Footwork. All players will benefit from the additional field time and ball touches but faster athletes will excel in this fast paced open field atmosphere.
If you are unsure, don’t be. Flag football is tons of fun! We encourage all potential players to join us for a practice and try it out!!
WHEN DO WE PLAY?
The season consists of five weekend (either a Saturday or Sunday) sets of games at various parks starting at the end of April and running through May (except the Victoria Day long weekend).
Spring Flag Football (all Ages): April – June
Spring Flag practice schedule for 2018
- U10 Tuesday & Thursdays 6:00pm – 7:30pm
- U12 Tuesday & Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- U14 & U16 Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- Peewee & Junior Girls Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- U19 Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- Senior Girls Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- All Practices Take Place At Carnarvon Park
$60.00 League Mandatory Player Insurance & Registration fees ( BCCFA, BCPFAA & Football Canada Fees)
2 Jerseys, Home & Away *Please indicate correct size when registering*
Spring Flag 2019 Registration is CLOSED
Refund Policy: Participants who drop out of the Spring Flag 2019 program on or before February 15th, will receive a FULL refund. Players who drop out after February 15th but before March 1st will receive 50% refund, and minus any league fees paid, March 1st onwards will receive NO REFUND.
Volunteering– The Vancouver Warriors Football Club is a community-based club that depends on a hard-working volunteer board, coaches, managers, coordinators, etc. Please pitch in and help, particularly
on game day. Families are expected to do 6 hours of volunteering, If you would like to fill a specific role, please contact any one of the board members for more information. *practice days/times subject to change