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FUTP 60 NFL FLAG In Schools

The NFL, USA Football, GENYOUth and Fuel Up to Play 60 teamed up to create the NFL FLAG-In-Schools Program, which aims to increase physical activity of youth by providing FLAG football resources to underserved communities.

To support high quality PE and grow opportunities for students to be physically active before, during and after school, in 2014, with the support of the NFL Foundation, the NFL and GENYOUth developed a turn-key approach to the crisis in physical inactivity by supporting America’s PE teachers with resources to help students build a foundation for healthy, lifelong physical activity through football. NFL FLAG-In-Schools Kits allow for students to get active and learn the basics of football in a fun environment.


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  • LESS THAN HALF of youth meet the HHS recommendation of at least 60 minutes of daily vigorous to moderate intensity physical activity
  • EXPERTS have called on schools to adopt more strategies to help children participate in HIGH-QUALITY PHYSICAL EDUCATION and other physical activity opportunities before, during and after school
  • THE MEDIAN physical education budget per school in the U.S. IS LESS THAN $1.50 PER STUDENT PER YEAR

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Resources:

  • EQUIPMENT: includes footballs, flag belts, kicking tees, and posters
  • CURRICULUM: high-quality resources developed by SHAPE America that meet National Standards
  • RECOGNITION: certificates and other reward opportunities
  • TRAINING: free online video instruction

Making an Impact:

  • Since launching in 2014, 5 million students have become more active before, during and after school through NFL FLAG-In-Schools.
  • 98% of teachers use the kits in their PE classes.
  • NFL FLAG-In-Schools increases PE teachers’ confidence and ability to teach/coach flag football.
  • 50 new varsity middle school girls NFL FLAG-In-Schools leagues in Miami-Dade County Public Schools and 1,100 girls now playing varsity flag football.

To learn more about NFL FLAG-In-Schools, visit FuelUpToPlay60.com. To find or start an NFL FLAG-In-Schools league in your community, visit NFLFLAG.com

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