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Bengals Girls High School Flag Football

Bengals Girls High School Flag Football

The Cincinnati Bengals are investing to bring football to more women, especially high school female student-athletes, through the fast-growing and fun sport of flag football. Six local high schools participated in the first-annual Jamboree at Paycor Stadium on Sept. 30, 2023. These six schools will hold Cincinnati's first girls high school flag football season in Spring 2024. Thanks to support from the Bengals, USA Football and Nike, each school was provided the equipment and uniforms to kick off their pilot season. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in bringing girls flag football to your high school!

Impact Report

Bengals Flag In-School presented locally by Kettering Health

To support high quality physical education, and grow opportunities for students to be active before, during and after school, since 2014 the Bengals have teamed up with GENYOUth and the NFL Foundation, to donate NFL Flag kits to physical education classes in Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana to help local P.E. teachers build a foundation of healthy, lifelong physical activity for their students.

Thanks to the support from Kettering Health, during the 2023-24 school year, 100 new schools across Bengals Nation will receive free flag football kits for their physical education classes. Each free kit will include a 10-week flag football curriculum for the teacher, flag belts, footballs & pinnies to use in gym class.

Since 2014:

  • $92,805 in kits given to
  • 206 schools, reaching
  • 111,622 students across the Tri-State

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