Flag Football Rules
A. Two halves lasting 25 minutes each.
B. Running clock for the first 23 minutes of each half. In the last 2 minutes of each half, the clock operates like high school and college football rules. In the last 2 minutes, the clock will stop for player timeouts, official timeouts for penalty enforcement or injury, first downs, out of bounds, incomplete passes and scores. The clock begins on the ready for play after stop for a first down or official timeout. The clock begins on the snap after stop for team timeouts. out of bounds and incomplete passes.
C. Each team will have 4 time outs per game, with no more than 3 used per half.
A. All players are eligible receivers.
B. Receivers may be contacted by defenders within the first five yards but not beyond. Defenders may not hold receivers and receivers may not push off from the defenders.
C. A reception is deemed complete if the receiver possesses the ball before the ball makes contact with the ground and the receiver has at least one foot in the field of play after possessing the ball. For catches made in the air, possession must be maintained through contact with the ground.
D. Standard pass interference rules apply to offensive and defensive players.