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National Capital Amateur Football Association
National Capital Amateur Football Association
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NCAFA Female Flag Sessions

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Wednesday March 15, Superdome East 12-3 pm.

Sunday March 19, Ben Franklin Dome 12-2 pm.

The National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) would like to invite any girl to its flag football days. The focus is getting girls new to football but experienced players are welcome as they can take part and help the newcomers. 

These events are free of charge. Kids need to wear athletic clothing. Running shoes, football cleats, soccer cleats are all fine for foot wear. See the above image for dates and locations. 

Register with an email to Include the name of the player and the year of birth. 

Female Football Skills Session March 14, 16

Nate Behar of the Ottawa RedBlacks and Formula 11 Football are holding two skills session for females (2009 and older) over the March Break. Ottawa RedBlack players and some Ottawa female coaches will be the instructors. Check out the pdf for more information. The camp will be 2 days, Tues and Thurs of March Break (14, 16) and run 3 hours each day (cost $149). Use the Discount code INVITED for a $60 reduction. 

Registration is at

    NCAFA BOG meeting

    Date: 2022-10-TBD
    Time: 19:00
    Location: Centrepointe

    RedBlacks Tickets special NCAFA offer

    Calling all NCAFA members! For the REDBLACKS games on September 22nd and September 28th we will be extended the team rate to individuals families to come out and watch the games those night. See below for details on how to access the offer:

    Link: TDPLACE.CA | Online Ticket Office | Promotions

    Promo Code: NCAFA

    For any questions please reach out to Mitch Schnitzler at 613-232-6767 x8411 or

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    OSEG and the Ottawa RedBlacks are major supporters of the NCAFA and amateur football in the Ottawa-Gatineau region.  In partnership with the OSEG Foundation and game day 50-50 programs, NCAFA Has been able to make football affordable to over 2,500 participants . This extends to both contact and non-contact programs as well.

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