Battle Orlando Final Team List & Draft Times

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Battle Orlando Final Team List & Draft Times

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Draft times are now updated below for Thursday, January 17th at the House of Blues Music Hall in Disney Springs! Doors open at 7pm and you won’t want to miss the opening ceremonies, sponsor giveaways and swag bags to the first team captains and players in the door! Make sure you are at your draft by the time assigned to not miss your spot or you’ll be automatically seeded! We will have 3 drafts going on simultaneously, a BLUE draft, GREEN draft and RED draft per the colors below so you can make sure you’re in the right place!

We now have a full team list for this year’s adult Battle Orlando National Championships, including each teams total points and their draft seed which they will draft in reverse order of, and you can find out more about how the draft works here! In total we ended up with exactly 700 teams, 521 adult and 179 youth. REMEMBER all players are expected to arrive by Thursday, January 17th with enough time to attend the 7pm captains meeting if possible, and we HIGHLY recommend not flying out until Monday as many styles may run late Sunday or may be susceptible to weather delays. ALL ADULT FORMATS will start on Friday, no exceptions. If you are not listed on this team list, you are not registered for the tournament. We accommodated as many teams as we could off the waitlist, but make sure your team is listed before you show up in Orlando!


One of the unique features about playing in an FFWCT National or World Championships is our pool play draft for selecting seeding. All teams with 5 or more teams in their division will battle to select their placement on the schedule, where you’ll have a say in who you play, what time and on what field. Captains will select which seed they want on the schedule in reverse order of their Battle™ Points ranking, and you can take any spot on the board, bumping out another team if desired, who would be forced to take an open spot. Full rankings will be updated Monday with bonus points from registration included and draft order will be sent out early next week so captains can prepare.


  1. Lowest seeded team drafts first by selecting which placeholder team on the schedule they’d like to replace and places their name on the board by that number.
  2. Second lowest seed goes next, and can select any placeholder team to replace, including the team that is already taken. If they select a team that had previously been selected, the previous team would be “bumped out” and forced to select an open spot on the board, and cannot “bump” again.
  3. The draft proceeds this way until the last team, who is the first seed, drafts their position on the schedule.
  4. Only exception is the top 3 seeds are protected and can “bump” again if they get pushed out. So if the #1 seed “bumps” out the #3 seed, the #3 seed can then “bump” another team so that they don’t get stuck with the only spot on the board which is probably the worst. He may not bump out the #2 seed however, only a lower seed.
  5. Once the last team drafts and board is set, schedules will be updated and finalized in RoomRoster and good to go.


8v8 Contact Women’s COMP 7:45
8v8 Contact Womens PRO 8:00
8v8 Contact REC 8:30
8v8 Contact PRO 9:00
8v8 Contact COMP 9:15
8v8 Contact O35 9:45
5v5 Contact PRO 10:00
5v5 Contact O35 10:15
5v5 Contact REC 10:30
5v5 Contact COMP 10:45
8v8 Coed COMP 7:45
8v8 Coed PRO 8:00
5v5 Women’s PRO 8:15
5v5 Coed Comp 8:30
5v5 Coed PRO 8:45
9man PRO 9:15
9man COMP 9:30
7v7 Men’s O35 9:45
7v7 Women’s Open 10:00
7v7 Men’s PRO 10:15
7v7 Men’s COMP 10:30
7v7 Men’s REC 10:45
5v5 NC Men’s REC 7:45
5v5 NC Men’s PRO 8:15
5v5 NC Men’s COMP 8:45
5v5 NC Men’s O35 9:15
4v4 O35 9:30
4v4 REC 9:40
4v4 PRO 10:15
4v4 COMP 10:40



Travis Burnett

A veteran flag football player and creator of, Travis helped found the Flag Football World Championship Tour as a way to help revitalize and continue growing the sport, work to incorporate more sponsors and bring bigger and better events to the players and fans across the world.