Tune in to Fox Sports and NBC Sports for the Flag Football National Championships
This weekend, the Flag Football World Championship Tour (FFWCT) is eager to host the Battle Orlando Flag Football National Championships. The games kick off on Saturday, the 27th, and continue through the main event on Sunday – the 4v4 championship game, which will be televised on Fox Sports and NBC Sports.
FFWCT teamed up with Focused TV Productions and Fox Sports to provide televised access to the many flag football fans who can’t make it to the tournament, and those who want to relive the experience. James Bates, who led the Florida Gators to their 1996 National Championship, and has since won three Emmy Awards for his broadcasting talents, will give the play-by-play. The main event can be viewed on Saturday, February 24th and 25th at various times, depending upon the viewer’s regional network.
The show will be viewable nationwide by satellite or locally through the regional networks below.
Floridians can tune in between 6 and 7 am to see the “home” game on Fox Sports Sun.
The event can be viewed on Fox Sports Ohio from 8:30 am to 9:30 am in Ohio, eastern Indiana, Kentucky, northwestern Pennsylvania, and southwestern New York.
Flag football fans in northern and eastern Texas, northern Louisiana, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Oklahoma can catch the game on Fox Sports Southwest from 9 am to 10 am.
NBC Sports Chicago will show the game from 8 to 9 am to fans in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, southeastern Michigan on Saturday the 24th, and 9 am – 10 am on Sunday the 25th.
In addition to the televised championship game, the tournament features divisions for men and women of different ability levels and team sizes, and children of various age groups. Many of the division champions receive cash prizes, with a total of $15,000 at stake. All division champions receive trophies. All the games take place at Northeast Regional Park in Davenport, Florida, while next years tournament is already scheduled for Martin Luther King weekend, January 17-20 at Austin Tindal Park in Kissimmee, Florida.
Interested parties can find out more information by visiting www.usaflag.org.