Flag Football PlayGrids & Wristband Sheets
How you communicate your game plan with your flag football team on game day and practice can be challenging. Most NFL Flag coaches find out early that wristband sheets are absolutely necessary. The next question becomes how does the coach see the plays that they want to call. Let’s face it. Our eyes are not as good as the 8-9 year old players out there running around on the field.
Using The Wristband Sheets & PlayGrids Gives You The Best Of Both Worlds
As usual. FirstDown PlayBook has a practical solution for you. Most of you know by now just how easy it is to create your flag football wristband sheets. You simply create your plays or edit some of our huge libray of flag football plays. After this you simply create a PlayCard PlayBook and print out your wristband sheets. It can litteraly be done in seconds once you understand.
Here’s another great thing about being a FirstDown PlayBook NFL Flag coach. You can also easily create a game day PlayGrid PlayBook. This allows you to stand on the sideline and have a visual call sheet of the wristband sheet actual play diagrams as you communicate with your team. Starting to get the picture? There is so much for a young player to learn from flag football if it is taught correctly.
The 50 second video below will help you even more but before that consider everything a flag football coach gets with FirstDown PlayBook.
- Access to thousands of flag plays drawn by professional coaches.
- Coaching points & player assignments with every play.
- The ability to edit these plays with our premier playbook technology.
- Create your own PlayBooks.
- Create your own wristband sheets.
- Create your Flag Football PlayGrids for your playbook installs.
So as you can see, a flag coach gets all of the same access as a tackle coach does. There is a lot of other technology too. This includes coaching points and the ability to use text boxes on your drawings. You can make your own templates and stencils. FirstDown PlayBook has a coaching tools section that will provide practice schedules and practice scripts too.
FirstDown PlayBook offers you 12 different 5v5 Flag Football formations to use with your wristband sheets just like the ones you see below. You should consider one or two of these for your NFL Flag offense. Tap on any one of the tiles below to visit the article describing that formation. After reading the article then go join FirstDown PlayBook and get busy coaching your NFL Flag team with the best playbook available