The Atlanta Falcons Summer Camps offer young players the unique opportunity to learn new skills through the official Atlanta Falcons flag football curriculum and get closer to the team they love! This one-week experience offers four days of flag instruction and training unique to the Atlanta Falcons for players of all ability and a one-day visit to Mercedes-Benz Stadium to meet an alumni Falcons player. Join us for nonstop flag football fun with an emphasis on teamwork, attitude, and healthy competition.
Our Camps are designed for boys and girls ages 5-13. Players are grouped on teams that teach age appropriate skills and offer the right level of competition.
Camp Highlights ($495):
Four days of flag football instruction and competition in our Atlanta Falcons developed curriculum. Each camp day is from 9:00am – 3:00pm.
Day-long visit to the state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Meet & Greet with an alumni Atlanta Falcons player
Unique Atlanta Falcons flag football gear
Two(2) tickets to an Atlanta Falcons home game during the 2020 season*
Extended day options available (please see below)
*These tickets are non-transferable for another game day, have no cash value, are not valid on previously purchased tickets, and are not good in conjunction with any other promotional offer.
2020 Dates & Locations ($495)
June 1- June 5 (Atlanta, GA) – Holy Spirit Prep
June 8 – 12 (Atlanta, GA) – The Weber School
June 15 – June 19 (Marietta, GA) - Osborne High School
June 22 – June 26 (TBD)
July 6 – July 10 (Marietta, GA) - The Walker School
July 13 – July 17 (Kennesaw, GA) – Mount Paran Christian School
Atlanta Falcons Summer Camps believe that camp should be fun for parents too! For that reason, we offer flexible scheduling options to make your experience as easy as possible.
AM Extended Day: Offered from 7:30-9:00am
PM Extended Day: Offered from 3:00-6:00pm
Extended Day can be purchased as a bundle (AM & PM) or individually. To purchase extended day, simply select the option in the enrollment process. Please note: extended hours are a convenience option and not a continuation of camp curriculum.