Manatee County Parks and Recreation will host adult 4-on-4 and 5-on-5 flag football leagues this winter at G.T. Bray Park.
Both leagues will play eight regular season games, beginning Dec. 5, followed by a single elimination tournament.
Rosters may include up to eight players for 4-on-4 and 10 players for 5-on-5. All teams are required to provide jerseys, flag belts and a football.
The team entry fee is $325 for each league. Official team rosters are due upon registration.
Manatee County Parks and Recreation also is in need of officials, 18 and over, for its flag football and adult co-ed kickball leagues.
For more information contact Ashley D’Arpino at 742-5923 ext. 6062 or Ashley.Darpino@mymanatee.org.
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