The health, safety, and wellbeing of players is Varsity’s Flag’s top priority. We are committed to player protection and injury prevention measures.

Sports involvement offers tremendous social, emotional, and physical benefits for children. We don’t want any child to be sidelined with injury, which is why we are committed to the safety and enjoyment of all participants. Varsity Flag is designed to be fun, safe, and rewarding.

Emergency Measures

Varsity Flag field monitors are CPR & AED certified.


There is an AED present on each field at all times.


First Aid Kits are available on each field at all times.


Any player who is suspected of sustaining a concussion or head injury during warmups or a game must be immediately removed from the activity. This can and must be done by the coach, referee, league official or parent. Once this action is taken, a parent or guardian must call for emergency assistance or take the child for medical attention. It is both the coaches’ and officials' responsibility to notify the League Commissioner about the injury immediately following the game.

A player who has been removed may not return to play until written medical clearance is submitted to the League Commissioner stating that the player no longer exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors consistent with a concussion or other head injury.