SportsEngine Registration: Lake County Stallions

2018 Fall Flag Football



This registration session will allow you to sign consents, complete contact information and submit payment.  To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard or Discover account information available.

The Lake County Stallions Flag Football is an fun and developmental local travel program for boys and girls 5 to 8 years old.  The #1 focus of the league is to have fun while teaching kids the basic fundamentals flag football. 


Q:  How much is flag football registration?
A:  $100 per player

Q:  When does practice start?
A:   Below is the practice schedule for the first week:
      • Tue, 8/7 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
      • Thurs, 8/9 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
      (Practices times for the rest of the season will be determined by the head coaches)  Practices will be held at Behm Park

Q:  When is the first game?
A:  The first game will be played at Mundelein High School.  This will be a kickoff jamboree with all teams present:
       • Sat, 8/11 between 8 am and 2 pm.  (We will have official schedule on or around August 8th.)  Also, most games all year will be saturdays between 8 and noon.

Q:  When does the season end?
A:  Last game will be played Saturday October 6th.

Q:  What is the age range for flag football?
A:  This year we will have both a 6U team and an 8U team.  Child must be 8 years or younger as of August 1st, 2018 to be eligible for fall flag football.

Q:  Where are the games played?
A:  This is a local travel league.  Games will be played at Mundelein, Antioch, Grant, Johnsburg, Lake Villa, Round Lake and Wauconda.

Q:  Is there a family discount if I register multiple children?
A:  No family discount for our fall flag football
Q:  Is it OK if my child has never player football before?
A:  The Lake County Stallions Fall flag football is great place for kids to have FUN while learning basic football skills

Q:  When does registration close?
A:  Wednesday, August 1st



Please direct questions to:

Bill Meyer