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SuperBowl Celebrity Flag Football Game

SuperBowl Celebrity Flag Football Game

FREE Super Bowl Weekend Event: Celebrity Flag Football Game @ HSC, Woodbury

Happy New Year ERAA Football Families.


ERAA has been provided an allotment of FREE admission tickets – available to ERAA football families on a first come first served basis.  These tickets are available through the city online for a feeACT NOW AND GET FREE TICKETS.  Save a few bucks and email us right away.

WHAT: Celebrity Flag Football Challenge

WHEN: Saturday February 3rd, 2018

TIME: Pre-Game Events begin @ Noon.  Game starts at 1PM

WHERE: HealthEast Sports Complex in Woodbury -  4125 Radio Dr., Woodbury, MN 55129

PROCEEDS: Proceeds will benefit “Mission 22 & Local Veteran Programs. (Mission 22, provides programs and services to our Vets in order to help reduce the suicide rate of returning Veterans).

To reserve your tickets please email: &  - PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PLAYER’S NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE.

Limit of 3 tickets maximum per family.  First come; First Served. 

Get your tickets while supplies last!

Want to know more about this event?

Every year Celebrity Sweat hosts the NFL’s only sanctioned Celebrity Flag Football Challenge. This event is over 15 years old, and is played in the Super Bowl host cities. The events benefit local Military programs and organizations, such as Mission 22, Wounded Warriors and K9s for Warriors.

The Celebrity Flag Football Game, is led by NFL Alum Doug Flutie and an array of pro athletes, celebrities and musicians. We are excited to announce that Randall Cunningham will be going up against Flutie this year! (players subject to change, but for now this is the plan!) Honorary captains, and players will be announced beginning in December thru January (as the playoff picture narrows).

We also host a Military mini scrimmage with the pros/celebs prior to the actual game, as part of my pregame.

East Ridge High School & Woodbury High School bands, cheerleaders, mascots and select football players will also be part of this once in a lifetime event.

Please plan on joining us

David Lee

Director Football, ERAA

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Varsity Coach Dan Fritze and the Varsity team help out at practice!

Concussion Awareness

Please see  for more information regarding our latest heads-up initiative in 2014.

Education is the first step to help protect players from concussion.

Coaches and parents should know what to look for on the field and encourage attention to concussion symptoms.


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ERAA 3rd-7th grade tackle football uniforms

East Ridge Athletic Association Football (ERAAF)

Youth from the local area will fine tune their skills during an exciting football season with the East Ridge Athletic Association Football (ERAAF) program.
• The season runs from early August through late October.
• Practice time and dates will be available closer to the start of the season.
• To participate in the football program, you must live in the East Ridge High School boundary area, played ERAA sports in the past, or obtain a WAIVER from the ERAAF Board prior to registering.

ERAA Groupings:
• Kindergarten Flag
• 1st/2nd Grade Flag
• 3rd Grade thru 8th Grade Tackle and Flag

ERAA Philosophy: The philosophy of the program is to provide a sound foundation and refine skills for all levels of Football. We want our athletes to be successful in sports and life. ERAA Football strives to promote leadership, teamwork, sportsman ship and community pride through sports.

ERAA Goal: To bring the communities of Cottage Grove, Newport, and Woodbury together as a single group of people for the purpose of growing the East Ridge High School community through sport. Registrants for ERAAF must live within the East Ridge High School boundary area, have played ERAA sports in the past, or have a sibling who has participated in ERAA sports system. ERAAF has a waiver process whereby the ERAAF Board must be notified prior to registration and accepted.

"Good sportsmanship is all about the character and conduct of a player who reacts graciously during competition. It is important to show good sportsmanship in both victory and defeat. This means sincerely congratulating an opponent when he has won the match and not gloating or acting pompously toward an opponent when you have won a match.“
Jim Loehr, Ed.D., and USPTA Master Professional

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