Make Lifelong Contacts - Join a Football League

Looking to network or meet people? Try a flag football league


  • 05.01.2018
  • General
  • Play Sports

How to Make Lifelong Contacts by Joining a Local Flag Football League

In today’s world, adults are busy. Between working and taking care of things at home, life can get pretty hectic and leave very little time for socializing, making friends, or growing your professional network. Social sports like Flag Football are growing increasingly popular for this reason. Adults across the country can exercise, socialize, make lifelong friends, and even expand their professional networks just by joining a league and playing their favorite sports.

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Sign up for a Flag Football League
If you want to play local flag football, you will need to join a league. When you do so, you will be presented with several options. You could put together your own team and sign up, and this is always a great way to go about building relationships with your friends, co-workers, or people who are already in your network. However, if you are interested in meeting new people, you can sign up as an individual and be placed on a team. This gives you the opportunity to meet new people with whom you can build friendships or working relationships.

Be a Team Player
Flag football is a team sport for a reason. In order to win, teams must devise plans, run plays, and work together to get the ball into the end zone. If you’re interested in making lifelong connections with people, one of the best things you can do is prove you’re a team player. Put some time into learning football and plays, and if you make suggestions to your teammates, be sure you try to include everyone. Better still, help others discover their strengths, and devise plans that allow those strengths to truly shine.

Show Up for Every Game
Building rapport is vital for creating lifelong contacts. If you can’t show up to games, you’ll leave your team short-handed, and they will truly struggle. Before you sign up for local flag football leagues, be sure you can commit to your play schedule. Choosing leagues that allow you to play games close to home or work is best since you won’t need to spend much time traveling.

Hone Your Skills
If you’re interested in building your professional network, then you will need to prove your willingness to work at your peak out on the football field.  Regardless of if you play in a competitive men’s or coed league, take some time to hone your skills. Whether you’re working out to develop your strength, running drills to improve your agility, or even playing catch in the backyard to help improve your reaction skills, each of these makes you more of an asset to your team. When your teammates see you truly working hard and improving, they will also see you as someone worthwhile of befriending or adding to their contact lists.

Local flag football offers numerous benefits. It allows otherwise busy young professionals the opportunity to meet up with others who share the same interests, get outside for some athletic fun, and even socialize a little here and there. When you follow the tips here, it’s possible to make lifelong connections that will serve you well in both your personal and professional lives.

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