7 ON 7 FOOTBALL
Pass-N-Play Elite Youth 7 on 7 Tournament
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Desoto High School (Grass Fields 1 & 2)
700 Eagle Dr. Desoto, TX 75115
8U/10U/12U= Fall 2016 Ages
7th & 8th Grades Currently
(8-20 Player Roster Max)
All Players Need Birth Certificate & Report Card for Verification Purposes
Call for more Information:
Team Registration Cost:
Only $125.00 for a minimum of 3 games, Max of 5
3 Game Minimum
Top 4 Teams each Level advance to Semi- Round
1.) Head to Head 2.) Points Allowed 3.) Points Scored = Determines who Advances to Semi’s
Semi Winners Advance to Championship
Two-Fifteen Minute Halves w/ 5 min Halftime
Two Hand Touch below Neck
UIL 7v7 Rules (No Helmet Required)
1st Place = Team Trophy & Individual Medals
2nd Place= Team Trophy
How do I get involved in 7on7 Football?
A: Please fill out the forms below
Registration Deadline: May 5, 2017
How do I register?
Complete registration form below.
For more information please contact
Coach Washington, Director of Football
Phone: (972) 228-5242
Age 5-6 Division
Age 7-8 Division
Age 9-10 Division
Age 11-12 Division
Age 13-14 Division
What is 7 on 7 Football?
7 on 7 Football is a fast pace, pass focused form of football that was designed to enhance the skills of quarterbacks, receivers, running backs, defensive-backs & linebackers in the off season. The games are played on half of a football field. Offenses use the same end-zone. Although there are no running plays allowed, passing the ball to a RB behind the line of scrimmage is permitted. There is no pass rush and the QB must release the ball in a limited amount of time or be penalized. If no first down is made after three downs, the other team gets the ball.
Play consists of 30 minute games with a running clock. A touchdown is worth six points. A defensive touchdown can be scored if an interception is returned past the 45-yard line. After a catch, the receiver is considered down when touched by a defender. There is no blocking allowed.
No safety equipment is worn (other than the mandatory mouth guard), so contact is very limited. No tackling is permitted; simply touching the offensive player stops play. For a complete set of rules, please see the official rules.