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Flag football is gaining in popularity as an adult team sport and as a non-contact way for kids to play and learn football. Players wear nylon belts with flags. The defense aims to chase the offense player with the ball and snatch the flag from his or her belt. The ball is then placed at the spot of flag’s removal. Sets come with belts and flags for 10, 12 or even 20 players, which is great for youth clubs, and some also have cones and a carrying case. Make sure the belts are the appropriate size for the age and size of the players. If you want to play in the evening, consider using a glow-in-the-dark football. Also, remember that although flag football is noncontact, it still requires protective gear like mouthguards and arm sleeves.

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