Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Registration is only by team and ends Feb. 15.
Tuesday, January 22
The Roswell Recreation and Parks Department is offering an exciting league for men’s flag football this spring. The league is a great opportunity for adults to experience competitive play. Games will be played Sundays and on the occasional Saturday. Registration for adult flag football will continue through Feb. 15. It costs $570 per team to register. Registration times are Monday – Friday, 9: a.m. -5 p.m. at Roswell City Hall offices of Recreation and Parks Department, 38 Hill Street, Suite 100. For more information please call or e-mail 770-641-3996, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Teams may now register until August 12.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Summer is quickly fading, so the current question is: are you ready for some football? If so, you have until August 12 to round up some friends and lock in your team's registration to toss the pigskin with the Roswell Recreation and Parks Department this fall. The city's recreation department is once again offering its men’s flag football league. "This league is a great opportunity for adults to experience competitive play," according to a statement released by city staff. League teams practice on their own during the week and inner-league games are played mainly on Sundays – though occasional Saturday games will be played as well. Depending on the number of teams that register, the season could start as early as August 21. The cost is $…
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Gather your friends and start practicing, because the city's competitive football league is open for registration Jan. 3.
Longing for those former glory days when you could run 40 yards or throw a perfect pass? There's a chance to relive them if you decide to join the men's flag football league in Roswell this winter. Sponsored by the Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic & Cultural Affairs Department, the league offers men who are past the age of playing high school or college football the chance to get competitive again. League teams practice on their own during the week and inner-league games are played mainly on Sundays – though occasional Saturday games will be played as well. The cost is $655 per team and the city encourages teams to form on their own. Individuals who you don't have a team can check with the Recreation and Parks department to find out if …