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Sat, May 06


509 Harvest Hills Dr NE


Our six-week series combines top-tier coaching and competitive game play for athletes wanting to take their game to the next level. Six weeks of fast, fun, and exciting football action 15-18 games played. Players ages 10- 19

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Time & Location

May 06, 2023, 10:00 a.m. – Jun 17, 2023, 3:00 p.m.

509 Harvest Hills Dr NE, 509 Harvest Hills Dr NE, Calgary, AB T3K 4G9, Canada


About the event

The Spring Championship Series 

Is a fast, fun and exciting non conctact 7on7 football league for players ages 10-19.  Looking to grow your skills and development your childs talent, then sign up and become apart of the #1 Skill development program in Alberta

  • U11 - (4) Teams of 7-10 players Pewee
  • U13 - (4) Teams of 7-10 players Peewee:/Bantam
  • U15 - (6) Teams of 7-12 players - Bantam
  • U19 - (6) Teams of 10-15 players - High School

 Players located in Calgary and surrounding areas play up to 18 games during the 6 week season.  Training Camp starts May 6th followed by a team draft day.  Players are drafted by coaches assigned to teams in their quadrant of the city if they choose, players are also allowed to play outside their quadrant as well.  The Spring Championship provides an atmosphere like no other,  with music, big plays, and exciting fan engagement.    

Teams practice a minimum of two days a week between 5pm - 8pm and are usually scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings, but this will be decided on the coaches schedule.  Teams play 2 to 3 games every weekend 20 minutes each. Teams are divided up into quardrants they select upon registraton and where the player drafted.  Looking to grow yoyur skills  sign up and become apart of the #1 Skill development program in Alberta.

What are the benefits of getting involved in 7 on 7 football? 

As mentioned from the jump, 7 on 7 puts an emphasis on the passing game. With four receivers trying to find an opening in a seven-man defense, accurate passes are crucial. A quarterback will develop the ability to throw receivers open and recognize soft spots in coverage. Arm strength will also be on display. Arm strength is about more than pushing the ball down the field. It is also the zip a quarterback can put on the ball on out routes.

As for receivers, this is a chance to sharpen their route running. Receivers need a diverse route tree run with precision to shake defenders. Because of the pace of the game, receivers will learn the fundamentals of making route decisions at game speed. This will come in handy when they are assigned hot routes in the future.

A skill player’s agility will be at the forefront as will their breakaway speed. A receiver who is an alumnus of 7 on 7 football will be one of the most polished on any roster.

Whether playing defensive back or lined up as a linebacker, defenders will learn to play both man and zone coverage. Defensive schemes employ a mixture of both coverage types so every player on D will have the principles down pat.

Four seconds might not seem like a long time for a defense to cover the field but players know it is more than enough time for an offense to strike. On average quarterbacks let loose with a pass in less than 3 seconds. That means defenders are tested on each play. After playing 7 on 7, a defender will be confident they can stay with any receiver.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


  • 5 hours

    Training Camp and Draft Day

    Glenmore Athletic Park

  • 5 hours

    Week 1

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