Who Are we?

Founded in 2020

Football is a game that can, and should, be enjoyed by everyone. The fact that football is an extremely dangerous contact sport cannot be taken lightly. With the added interest in the game of football, we have been backed by NFL Flag to host out very own Flag Football league in Riverview to give everyone, ages 4 - 17, an opportunity to participate competitively.

How are we different?

  • We will always strive to be the best football experience offered in the Tampa Bay area.

  • We provide weekly MVP awards, and end of year Subway catered parties.

  • Involvement of current and former NFL Players.

  • Backed by the NFL and NFL Flag.

  • We provide the opportunity to participate in Regional and National tournaments.

  • At the end of every season we host a Pro-Bowl event to get all of our "All-Pros" involved.

  • Coaches and officials receive top of the line training to support league operations.

What to expect?

A competitive or recreational flag football league, backed by the NFL, that will bring out the best in all of our athletes. An opportunity to learn the game of football without the added risks of traditional play and allow a seamless transition if/when our athletes want to play tackle. Games will be played in 5v5, 7v7 or 9v9 formats.

Click any of the images below to download a copy for yourself.

Copy of nfl-flag-2020-regularseason-rulebook-prd-2.pdf

Copy of return-to-play-considerations.pdf

Please follow these steps to properly fit your athlete's for GameBreaker-GB Headgear.

Step 1: Inspect the headgear for any damage.

Athletes should NEVER wear damaged headgear.

Step 2: Measure head circumference.

Use a flexible measuring tape to measure around your head. For best results, use a plastic/cloth measuring tape. Alternately, you may use a piece of string or cord and then measure the length of the cord.

Measure the athlete’s head circumference. This is a two-person task:

Keeping the tape parallel to the floor, make sure the tape measure touches the following points on the


A. 1 inch above the brow line

B. ½ inch above the ears

Note: For those with thicker hair, compress tape measure until feeling the hair “push back” or create

slight resistance to the tape measure. This will serve as a good approximation for the helmet fit.

Step 3: Select headgear size.

Refer to the size chart for a starting point in selecting a headgear size. You may need to go up or down in size after checking for proper fit. GameBreaker recommends going with a larger size if the athlete’s

head circumference is between sizes.

Step 4: Put on the headgear and adjust the fit.

  • Place index fingers into the helmet’s ear holes, have the athlete lower his/her chin, place the front brow of the helmet to the athlete’s forehead and roll the helmet on from front to back.

  • Fitting chin straps:

    • To fasten the chin strap:
      1. Thread the Strap through the loop.
      2. Pull strap back under the chin.
      3. Tighten the strap until flat and snug under the athlete’s chin and fasten the Velcro pieces together.

    • Chin straps need to be securely fastened FLAT and SNUG under the athlete’s chin.

    • Once chin strap is adjusted for proper fit the athlete should feel firm pressure and still be able to open his/her mouth like a yawn.

    • Athletes should never practice or play with an unfastened chin strap.

Step 5: Adjust the back laces.

Tighten the back laces until the athlete feels a snug, firm fit on his/her head. Tie the laces to secure the fit.

Step 6: Check final fit.

If the helmet does not meet ALL of the following check list items, the player needs a different size helmet:

  1. The helmet rests 1″ above the eyebrow.

  2. The player’s ear canal is lined up with the helmet’s ear holes and you can see the player’s ear canal through the helmet’s ear holes.

  3. The back of the player’s head is completely covered, and the athlete feels a snug, firm fit on his/her head.

Check for gaps. The helmet should be in full contact all around the athlete’s head and there should be no gaps between the athlete’s head and the helmet.