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G7 Passing League

The Nations LARGEST flag football and 7 on 7 leagues!



Why 7-on-7 Football?

The past several years have seen a rapid growth in flag and touch football leagues across the United States, led by the influence of high school and college Spring football season.. At the high school level, where nearly 1 million students play contact football, flag and touch have generally become an approved and encouraged activity in the off-season. Organized by school and experienced coaches, the mission is to provide the structure for 8th-12th grade football players, as well as other male and female students, whereby they can develop their skills, competing in the off-season at organized local, regional and nationals events. In our league we follow this same model but for ages 8U through rising high school freshman.

G7 Passing League Guidelines

The 7-on-7 Passing League is a fun competitive, non-contact way to play football. It is all passing, played on a 40-yard field plus end zone, and allows scoring both on the offense and defense. Passing is now the feature offense, and thus defense, of most teams. Passing and catching take a great deal of practice to master. Participating in a 7-on-7 league offers athletes an exceptional, competitive way to hone their skills.

Our league is made up of 4 individual tournament dates. We crown a 1st and 2nd place team each week in each age group. Teams earn points each tournament to determine seeding for the upcoming week. Teams also have the ability to qualify for a 5th event in our National Championship!


Any registered youth team. Our league is based off single age groups(8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U/Rising 8th grade, 15U and 18U.


This league is open to all athletes ages 8U-18U with a birthday control date of 7/1 and still in school.


Teams consist of max of 20 players with 3 adult coaches.


All games will be 25 minutes in length with a running clock.. There will be a 25-second play clock in effect. In case of injury the clock will stop at the discretion of the Referee, if that occurs the player must leave for at least one play.


The playing field will be 40 yards in length, plus a 10 yard end zone. (8U plays modified 7 on 7. 30 yard field with first down at 15 yard line. Team allowed to run the ball once every four downs.


All possessions start at the 40-yard line. No matter where the defense stops the offense, they take over at the 40-yard line. (30 yard line for 8U only)


Each team will have 7 players on the field at all times. There will be a center, which will be one of the three offensive players on the line of scrimmage and formations and rules mirror tackle rules. Imagine the game without 4 lineman.

Play begins when

The ball is snapped to the quarterback. either in shotgun or under the center. A play in progress at the final whistle is completed. The game cannot end on a defensive penalty, unless the offense declines it.

Play ends when

One hand touch below the neck.


Regular substitution rules apply.

No running plays allowed

Everyone except the center is eligible to receive passes.


The Quarterback has 4 seconds to release the ball or it is blown dead, returning to the line of scrimmage for the next down. There is no rushing the Quarterback or crossing the line of scrimmage, until after a pass is thrown.

Double Pass

Double passing is not allowed.


Only one first down per series is possible, achieved when reaching the 20-yard line within 4 downs.


Touchdown scores 6 points
1 extra point by passing from the 5 yard line
2 extra points by passing from the 10 yard line
Interception scores 3 points, plus possession at the 40-yard line


This is a minimal contact game and any flagrant contact is cause for immediate ejection. As always, any unsportsman like conduct is also cause for ejection. The Referees decision is final on all plays, there will be no tolerance for arguing, and only a coach may ask for a rule clarification. Coaches control profanity. Coaches are expected to eliminate profanity on their team.


Illegal Motion 5 yards
Offensive Pass Interference 10 yards from line of scrimmage and loss of down
Delay of Game clock stops, 10 yards from line of scrimmage and loss of down


No tackling or holding. One jam and run with the receiver is allowed
Offsides 5 yards from line of scrimmage, loss of down
Delay of Game Clock stops, 10 yards from line of scrimmage


If and when an official observes that a player is bleeding, has an open wound, or has an excessive amount of blood on his or her uniform, the player will be directed to leave the game. The injured player is not to return until the bleeding has stopped, the open wound is covered, and excessively bloody uniform is changed.


Overtime only allowed in tournament play. Each team takes possession from the 10 yard line.

View and Download our rule book online here!

Contact Us

G7 Passing League

G7 Passing League, P. O. Box
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046

Phone: 404-492-7651
Email: [email protected]

G7 Passing League

G7 Passing League, P. O. Box
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046

Phone: 404-492-7651
Email: [email protected]
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