Briefly: The Indianapolis Colts in partnership with the Indiana National Guard will hold two 7 on 7 tournaments for Indiana high school football teams. These tournaments will be represented by 64 teams from all 5 classes in IHSAA. Registration will be by invitation only.
Briefly: Big Blue Football Camps (BBFC) are FREE camps that provide an opportunity for elementary age boys and girls to experience the game of football in a recreational setting. Learn how to have these camps at your school!
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Briefly: The Colts and USA Football have teamed up to host a coaching school. Find out more about the Coaching School.
Briefly: This November, the Indianapolis Colts along with Riley Children's Hospital, CardioChek and the Indiana Dairy Council Inc. will host 35 free Fitness Camps at area middle schools throughout the State. Learn more about Colts Fitness Camps.
Briefly: The best high school and college coaches from the Mid-West will run young athletes through a series of drills and stations to help them become the best football players they can be. This camp will benefit individual athletes and help your football program form a solid foundation to build upon.
Briefly: The Indianapolis Colts will host the Preps Pro Combine at the Colts Training Facility. The Combine is for high school juniors and seniors-to-be that have aspirations to play football at the next level.
Briefly: Colts TE Justin Snow hosts a flag football clinic for athletes from the Indiana Chapter of the Special Olympics. Learn about the clinic and find out how you can help Justin.
Briefly: The Indianapolis Colts Coach of the Week program, presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, awards outstanding high school coaches for their hard work and dedication, as well as their success on the field and in the community.
Briefly: The High School Player Development program is comprised of fundamental skill development by position, coaches reviews and individual competitions (for 10 total hours of programming). The program is run over the course of one week (two hours per day), from May to August depending on state and local rules.
Briefly: The official Indiana High School Football Website of the Indianapolis Colts. It is where fans from across the state can access articles, photos, and even videos about every high school football team.
Briefly: NFL FLAG is the National Football League's official youth flag football league for kids ages 5-17 years old.
Briefly: Punt, Pass & Kick is the NFL's premier youth skills competition consisting of punting, passing and placekicking
Briefly: "Making football better for kids, and kids better through football" The Play It Smart program is a national program designed to promote both the athletic and academic development of youth.
Briefly: USA Football has been named the Official Youth Football Development Partner of the National Football League (NFL), its 32 teams, and the NFL Players Association.
Briefly: Youth Football Experience is an opportunity for Indiana youth football teams to experience first-hand football at Lucas Oil Stadium.