DCGFFL Karaoke Night – Mad Momos – 8 PM April 23
Come to our new sponsor, Mad Momos, for our first ever Karaoke Bash!! Lesbi-honest, you all think you can sing on Broadway. So come out and prove it Wednesday!!
Hands in, a-ca-bitches!
Open Board Meeting/Bracket Announcement Party – Tortilla Coast – 7:30 PM April 28
On Monday April 27th, we will be holding our Season 8 Open Board Meeting at Tortilla Coast before our Season 8 Playoff Bracket Announcement Party. Come to this if you have any questions for the board, want to see how our meetings are run, suggestions, comments, questions, concerns, etc.
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Welcome to Washington D.C. Gay Flag Football League
Click below to view the updated remaining Season 8 Schedule (Weeks 6-8)!
Welcome to the website for the DC Gay Flag Football League (DCGFFL), DC’s only gay flag football league. The DCGFFL started informally in 1994 and became an official league in 2010. Since its early beginnings, the league has grown from 14 players and 2 teams to 270 players and 20 teams.
Games are played every Sunday from 10 until 2:30 at Carter Barron Fields at 16th and Kennedy (right next to the Fitzgerald Tennis Center), and Friday nights at Randall Field at 820 South Capitol Street SW.
The league is open to all skill levels, from those who have played for years to those who have never been on a football field. Additionally is it a fellowship for both straight and gay individuals. Come check out our games, meet some amazing people, and consider joining us as a player.
As the league motto says: Get off the bench, and get in the game!
Rec League Week 4 – PLAYOFF BRACKET ANNOUNCED! Games this Friday! - April 23, 2014
The final week of the REC League’s regular season ended on Friday. The Lady Blue Jays, led by Greg Kenderdine, fended off Kyle McKinney’s Kiwis to finish the season in second place. April 18 Lady Blue Jays (Victory Fund #2) vs. Kiwis (Victory Fund #1) Final Score: 20-14 MVP: Daniel Erkenbrack (Blue), Howard Chan
Week 6 Power Rankings - April 16, 2014
Jolly Green Giants (Dark Green)
Tie Dye Blue’s season of dominance remains untouched as Orange took down Dark Green Sunday.
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