2014 CSFFC Flag Football and Cheerleading Club 

                                           Coral Springs, Florida -  Established, 1972

                    CSFFC is Pleased To Have Served Our Community for 41 Years This Year! 

Board of Directors
Important Dates

Pictures 2010

Sponsor Form

Playoff Standings

Updated 07/25/2014

Welcome Back To CSFFC!

Practice Starts on Monday 7/28 

Seniors Practice on Aiello / North End Of Field

Juniors Practice on Aiello / South End Of Field

Freshman Practice On M4 (South Behind M6)

Practices are between the hours of Mon - Fri 6 & 9:00

Saturdays 9am to 2pm


SENIORS (12 - 14)

JUNIORS (10 - 11)

FRESHMAN (7 - 9)



Freshmen -   7 - 9   Years Old    Birth Dates 9/1/2004 to 8/31/2007

Junior -       10 - 11 Years Old    Birth Dates 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2004

Senior -       12 - 14 Years Old    Birth Dates 9/1/1999 to 8/31/2002  



""" Super Bowl """ 

Congratulations to Our Super Bowl Contestants

Freshmen - Dolphins - 11  Panthers - 8

Juniors - Bengals - 0  Broncos - 20

Seniors - Dolphins - 12 Bucs - 13 


Congratulations to Bryan Levin's Benchwarmers and their Blow Out Victory 

over the Longshots! Final Score Benchwarmers 13 / Longshots 9


2013 Coral Springs Flag Football and Cheerleading

Parents please remember only Coaches with CSFFC security badges are allowed on any of our sidelines during games. This policy has been instituted for the protection of you players and families. 

Always show up at the fields no matter what the weather conditions. Only your coach can cancel a game. DO NOT CALL the parks! Only take weather instructions from your coach or any CSFFC Board member. If we have a rain delay you must wait in your car until you get instruction from your coach. If you leave and the weather conditions clear and you have left you team will chance forfeiting the game. 

If your game is rained out, you can check this web site for the rescheduled date of your game. 

Have a GREAT season!



A message from our President:

As each Flag Football season comes and goes, I can't help but think about what goes into making each season a success.  It is not a four month program, but a year round responsibility. I t is truly a community program that involves many different aspects and brings everyone together,  from the Parks and Recreation Department that makes sure the fields are in good condition and prepared for each game,  to the referees that officiate the games and maintain safety as it is #1 priority,  to the concession stand workers who provide refreshments to everyone, as well as ice for the occasional bump and bruise. Equally important are the parents who support the boys and girls by bringing them to practices and games and cheering for them. This would not be possible without the coaches, assistant coaches, and teen advisors who inspire everyone to achieve their best and teach important life lessons dealing with winning, losing, teamwork, and all that can be learned from that. The question has to be asked, why do all of these people volunteer their time?  The answer is quite simply "For the Kids."  To see the face of a seven year old scoring his first touchdown, watching the cheerleaders complete a perfect cheer, seeing the parents faces fill with pride as they see their children compete and have an enjoyable experience. That is why all of these people do it. 

I consider it an honor to serve as the president of one of Coral Springs' oldest and most successful sports league. I would like to thank all of you that have given the most valuable commodity, which can be given to your children, and that is your time. I would also like to thank the Board of Directors who have given and sacrificed so much to make each and every season a successful one. I hope everyone takes with them a sense of satisfaction knowing that we put forth all this effort "For The Kids".