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Rules & Policies

Flag Football Rules

Park Ridge Flag Football is played by the rules established by NFL Flag Football, and modified by the Park Ridge Football Board of Directors.


House Tackle Football Rules

Park Ridge Football adopts IHSA Rules & regulations except for the rules modified by the Board of Directors.


Health &  Safety


Sportsmanship

Al Czech Sportsmanship awards will be given to football players on each team based on nominations from coaches, and if possible, referee input. A plaque or trophy will be given to award recipients in each League, and award nominations will be based on criteria established below.


Social Media Policy

Park Ridge Football & Cheerleading recognizes the importance of the Internet in shaping the public’s perception of our organization. We also recognize the importance of our Board members, executive directors, sport directors and managers, sport committee members, coaches, employees, and volunteers in leading and setting the tone of social media interactions in a manner that advances our mission and goals.


Code of Conduct

Park Ridge Football & Cheerleading  continues to strive for the highest standards of sportsmanship. Every participant; whether player, coach, referee, official, administrator, parent, or spectator, has a responsibility to comply with and support  the Code of Conduct and to behave in a respectable manner. 

Essentially  this means that everyone involved in our football program shall act in a respectful and sportsmanship like manner so that youth football will remain a desirable and rewarding experience for our children. Disrespectful and/or unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.  Loss of self-control is NEVER acceptable. 

Education and enforcement begins in the off season.  Our organization plans take a strong stand against violations and aggressively enforce stated penalties.

Violators of our program's Code of Conduct policy will be required to go before our program's Rules & Ethics Committee. The Committee will review the incident, and recommend punishment, if necessary, based on the policy below. The Rules & Ethics Committee is typically made up of three people comprised of Board Directors and/or volunteer parents.