Do you have the best flag football team in the UK? The Jaguars Se7ens Cup is your chance to prove it by competing against other amateur American Football teams from the UK and Europe in a month-long National Tournament run by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The games will be non-contact seven-on-seven flag football, are for players of all abilities and teams can be mixed gender. The winners of the national competition will receive tickets to the Jaguars next International Series game at Wembley Stadium in 2017.

The regional tournaments will take place in London (08/10/16), Birmingham (22/10/16), Manchester (29/10/16) and Edinburgh (15/10/16) before the top two teams from each region take each other on at Fulham FC's Craven Cottage in London for the chance to win the Jaguars Se7ens Cup at the National Final on 5th November.

The entry fee is £150 per team, and each regional tournament will be open to 16 teams – we allow 7-10 players per team. Each team entered will be guaranteed at least four games of 20 minutes and team shirts are included in the price. Teams will be entered on a first come, first served basis.

All amateur teams are welcome, so if you want the chance to take on the rest of the UK and Europe to prove you are the best amateur seven-on-seven team, or just get involved in the fun, then book now below.



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Team Entry - £150.00 - London - Se7ens Cup (08/10/16 - 08/10/16) - Wimbledon Park
Team Entry - £150.00 - Edinburgh - Se7ens Cup (15/10/16 - 15/10/16) - Edinburgh University – Peffermill Fields
Team Entry - £150.00 - Birmingham - Se7ens Cup (22/10/16 - 22/10/16) - Birmingham University – Metchley Park
Team Entry - £150.00 - Manchester - Se7ens Cup (29/10/16 - 29/10/16) - Manchester Metropolitan University, Platt Lane Sports Complex

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