Institutional Registration

NIRSA Championship Series

The NIRSA National Flag Football Championships will be hosted by St. Edward’s University Campus Recreation, Southwestern University Intramural and Recreational Activities, The University of Texas at Austin Recreational Sports and the official host partner City of Round Rock in Round Rock, Texas, January 3-5, 2020.

The new Institutional Registration allows teams, student officials and university staff to be part of the event and gives the University Recreation program an opportunity to be recognized on a national level.

To be eligible, all registrants must be current Institutional members.

Up to three Gold, three Silver, and five Bronze registrations will be allowed. The deadline for NIRSA National Flag Football Institutional Registration is October 1, 2019. Opportunities are on a first come first serve basis.

Additional Program Information

Three team registrations

  • Teams must register online by December 3, 2019

One top official invited to work the tournament and attend clinic

  • Opportunity for student official to receive advanced training from top level collegiate officials and clinicians
  • Student official will need to be named by university and given to Valerie McCutchan with full contact information by November 28. Student officials must meet the following criteria: must have officiated for at least one full season on their campus, verified by an on-campus professional; must have officiated at least one regional tournament for that year; recommendation from the regional tournament Director of Officials stating the official has worked a semi or final game.
  • Exclusive student official training materials for the official to share with university/department

Invitation for one university staff person to work on tournament staff

  • Professional development opportunity
  • Invitation to the Hall of Fame ceremony and closing banquet
  • Staff person needs to fill out online National Flag Football staff application for placement of tournament staff

Plus:

  • University staff presents one of the Divisions (Men’s; Women’s or Co-Rec) Championship Trophy
  • University recognized in tournament program
  • Prestige for University and Department
  • University/Department recognized on tournament Twitter and Facebook announcements
  • Recognition at the NIRSA Annual Conference

Two team registrations

One top official invited to work the tournament and attend clinic

  • Opportunity for student official to receive advanced training from top level collegiate officials and clinicians
  • Recommendation from the regional tournament Director of Officials stating the official has worked a semi or final game
  • Exclusive student official training materials for the official to share with university/department

One university staff person on tournament staff

  • Professional development opportunity
  • Invitation to the Hall of Fame ceremony and closing banquet

Plus:

  • Institutional staff presents one of the Divisions (Men’s; Women’s or Co-Rec) All Tournament Team awards
  • University name recognized in tournament program
  • Prestige for University and Department
  • University/Department recognized through tournament Twitter and Facebook announcements
  • Recognition at the NIRSA Annual Conference

One team registration

One University staff person on tournament staff

  • Professional development opportunity
  • Invitation to the Hall of Fame ceremony and closing banquet

Plus:

  • University name recognized in tournament program
  • Prestige for University and Department
  • University/Department recognized through tournament Twitter and Facebook announcements
  • Recognition at the NIRSA Annual Conference

Need more information?

Questions about the NIRSA Championship Series Flag Football Championship can be directed to the NIRSA National Sport Programs Coordinator, Nicole Jackson.