Who Can Participate?
Credit Unions or Affiliates, and Special Olympics athletes forming a flag football team with players that are 18 years of age or older are eligible to participate. Each member of the team must sign a waiver before they will be allowed to play on the field. We suggest that those with health concerns check with their doctors before participating.
How much does it cost?
The minimum donation per team is $750 to participate in the Titletown Showdown.
Can we raise more than the $750 minimum?
Absolutely! There are additional incentive items for the team members raising $2,000 and $3,000. Individuals can also earn a Packers Shirt, Hoodie or Jersey.
Can we register on the day of the tournament?
Can we bring additional donations to the tournament?
Yes! We welcome teams to continue fundraising up to the day of the tournament. We will accept any donations and add them to your final tally.
Can we bring family and friends to watch?
Teams are encouraged to bring friends and family to sit in the stands and cheer them on. Please have them register with your team as a Fan (non-football player) and help raise funds for your team.
Can we wear our team uniform?
Teams are encouraged to wear identifiable team uniforms appropriate for the sport.
Where is parking available?
Plentiful parking will be available. Players and spectators can park on the south side of the field in the school parking lot.
Can we bring coolers into the stadium?
No. There will be food and beverages available for the players, officials and event staff. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A NON-ALCOHOLIC EVENT.
When do the games start?
First games in the AM will start at 9:00. Multiple games will be played simultaneously. Each Team Captain will be sent a schedule at least one week before the tournament. Teams should arrive 60 minutes before their first scheduled game to allow time to park, change clothes and warm up.
What is the role of the Team Captain?
The Team Captain initially secures a spot for his/her team; makes sure all players have signed the waivers and registers their information; hands in all donations due and any additional monies; and picks up team incentive gifts and information on day of the tournament. Teams should plan to arrive at the stadium earlier than their scheduled games to check in and attend a short meeting before the tournament begins.
What is the format for the games?
The format is 6-on-6 with light blocking (see tournament rules).
Is this a contact or no contact flag football tournament?
There may be some contact with blocking; blocking must be open handed and thrust outward from the chest with open hands and not “loaded up” from the side. There is no blocking below the waist or above the shoulders. There are no chop-blocks and you cannot leave your feet (see tournament rules).
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