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Lace up and get ready to hit the field in Chicago’s best flag football programs. We offer men’s and coed flag football with levels varying from recreational to competitive. We play at multiple locations all over the city, whether you are looking to explore Chicago or find one in your local neighborhood we have you covered.

Our player perks include sponsor bars (where you are sure to secure great drink specials each week), custom designed shirts and champ shirts and various sponsor giveaways each season make playing a win! In addition, you'll feel like a pro with our stats and recaps throughout the season. Both group and individual registration is available.

With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. Join in on the fun, competition and camaraderie of flag football. Connect with other players or find others to play with by using our Flag Football Facebook Group.

CLICK HERE for the CSSC Covid - 19 Safety Measure and Procedures: Guidelines for Safe Play

 

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Coed 7 vs. 7 Indoor Flag Football (4 men/3 women on the field) - recommended 15 players on roster

Coed 8 vs. 8 Flag Football (5 men/3 women on the field) - recommended 15 players on roster

Men’s 7 vs. 7 Indoor Flag Football (7 men on the field) - recommended 15 players on roster

Men’s 7 vs. 7 Flag Football (7 mend on the field) - recommended 15 players on roster

7-8 games guaranteed, team jerseys, league administration, equipment, two certified referees, playoffs for qualifying teams, prizes for winners and drink and/or food specials at the sponsor bar

Each football team jersey set includes the following pre-bundled sizes (No exchanges): Coed: 4S, 5M, 4L, 2XL   Men’s: 3M, 7L, 4XL, 1XXL

Teams may purchase additional shirts or sizes for $5 per shirt


LEVELS

Recreational (2)

​Recreational

The Recreational level is CSSC's most basic level of play. You can think of it as the beginner level. Participants that play at this level are looking to first and foremost play their sport for fun. While competition may be important to them it is not necessarily the top priority.

 

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Intermediate

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition.  It’s a step up from Rec level with most players having a bit more experience. Participants playing at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and have played for a few seasons.

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Competitive

The Competitive level is geared for participants with good experience playing their respective sport and who enjoy the competition of the sport as much as anything. This level is CSSC's top level. Participants at this level will have high school and even college experience playing their sport competitively.

Recreational

The Recreational level is CSSC's most basic level of play. You can think of it as the beginner level. Participants that play at this level are looking to first and foremost play their sport for fun. While competition may be important to them it is not necessarily the top priority.

Intermediate

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition.  It’s a step up from Rec level with most players having a bit more experience. Participants playing at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and have played for a few seasons.

Competitive

The Competitive level is geared for participants with good experience playing their respective sport and who enjoy the competition of the sport as much as anything. This level is CSSC's top level. Participants at this level will have high school and even college experience playing their sport competitively.

 

  • Lincoln Park South *NEW TURF* Field 
    • Lincoln Park Turf Field, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Eckhart Park (Chicago/Noble) 
    • 1399 W Chestnut St, Chicago, IL, 60642
  • Diversey Grass Field (Diversey/Lake Shore Dr. 
    • 2801 N Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL, 60657
  • Lincoln Park S. Fields (North Ave./ Lake Shore Dr.) 
    • Lincoln Park South Fields, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Montrose Turf Field (Montrose/Lake Shore Dr.) 
    • Montrose Turf Field, Chicago, IL, 60613
  • Foster Fields (Foster/Lake Shore Drive) 
    • 5100 N. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL, 60640
  • Brands Park (3259 N. Elston) 
    • 3259 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL, 60618
  • Franklin School 
    • 225 W. Evergreen Ave, Chicago, IL, 60610
  • Montrose Grass Fields (4400 North - Lake Shore D./Montrose) 
    • 4400 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL, 60640
  • Blaine School TURF Field 
    • 1420 W. Grace St., Chicago, IL, 60613
  • Senn Park Turf Field (5887 N. Ridge) 
    • 5887 N. Ridge Road, Chicago, IL, 60660
  • CIBC Fire Pitch 
    • 3626 N. Talman Ave, Chicago, IL, 60618
  • Welles Park 
    • 2333 W Sunnyside Ave, Chicago, IL, 60625
  • *NEW* Alcott Turf Field 
    • 2625 N. Orchard, Chicago, IL, 60614

 

News

Spring 2021 Wednesday Lincoln Park TURF Men’s INT Flag Football – Week 3

Back Dat Pass Up (2-1) v. Lightfoot’s Disciples (1-2) – Wednesday, April 7, 2021 In a game that stayed relatively tight throughout, Back Dat Pass Up used a Defensive TD by Adam Corrado to break things open against Lightfoot’s Disciples, winning the game 33-14 on a picture-perfect evening in Week 3 of the Wednesday Lincoln…
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Spring 2021 Wednesday Lincoln Park TURF Coed REC Flag Football – Week 3

Patomic Bomb (2-1) v. The Winners (0-3) – Wednesday, April 7, 2021 Patomic Bomb got off to a fast start and never looked back in a 57-6 football rout of The Winners in Week 3 of the Wednesday Lincoln Park TURF Coed REC Flag Football League. The 57 points are a league-high thus far this…
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