“When you feel the Need for Speed”

Speed Camp USA

(936) 273-9821  

SCFL’S 5 X 5 FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE


SCFL’S 5 X 5 FLAG FOOTBALL

September 24th - October 29th

Includes 5 x 5 game shirt, flags, Gamebreaker helmet

& twelve 45-minute games & practices  

Two Games will be played each Saturday afternoon

 at SCFL-Gullo Park

$180, registration deadline is September 14th

K - 4th grades

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o 10 players per team, everyone plays.

o Dad’s allowed to coach, bring your own team or be placed on a team.

o Texas HS official calling each game.  Headgear & mouthpiece required.

o Once per week practice – location, time and day determined by coach.


Register here or Print and mail form here

Do You Want to Coach a 5 x 5 SCFL team?

SCFL requires a background check to be conducted for all coaching applicants prior to the first practice.


Just complete the Background Check form below and email to Shelly Gloria at admin@scfootball.org.


Background Check form


Once the Background Check is completed, you will be receiving an e-mail from SCFL with further information.

Important Dates:

Wednesday, September 14th registration deadline.

Friday, September 16th should hear from your coach.

Week of Sept 19th1st practice determined by coach

Wednesday, Sep 21st game schedule & rules available online

Saturday, September 24th – Two GAMES start @ SCFL-Gullo Fields

Contact Wayne Stewart @ (936) 273-9821

with questions




5 x 5 Rules

With concussion concerns becoming more prevalent, we felt that this was a necessary step in keeping our players safe.  ALL players are required to wear Gamebreaker helmets.

Gamebreaker Headgear Head Sizing Instructions

Use a cloth or paper tape measure to measure around your head. For best results, use a plastic/cloth tape measure.

 Alternately, you may use a piece of string or cord and then measure the length of the cord.  Measure across your brow

 (approx 1″ above eye brows), slightly above your ears keeping the tape parallel to the floor. This measurement is a

“two-person” event and is nearly impossible to accurately do by yourself.