Flag football sets Sept. 11 return

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The National Flag Football League of Atlanta returns to the field again early next month. And with the start of their 10-week fall campaign, the league also returns to Piedmont Park.

The league was booted from Piedmont earlier this year when tough new drought-related restrictions were put in place, forcing it to scramble until landing at Central Park. The league wrapped up its spring season in late June.

Cost to register and play in the fall season is $50 or a little more if you want to drag out the process past Sept. 1. You can register online. Games begin Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. and continue on Thursdays, with a few exceptions, until Nov. 20.

For a look at what you might be competing against, check out Project Q Atlanta photo galleries from last season here, here, and here.


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