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6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
6-on-6 Coach D's COMPLETE COACH PACKAGE (ALL Playbooks + Drill Packs) *Most Popular*
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With our unstoppable 6v6 flag football plays, templates, drill packs, practice schedules and more, you can provide your players with confidence, flag football skills, and critical life skills. Combine fun and enjoyment with beneficial skills that your team can take with them both on and off the pitch.

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Mastering Strategies, Drills, and Winning Plays in 6 on 6 Flag Football

Flag football, with just six players per team, is a tighter and often more intense version of flag football. Accordingly, it's important to have offensive and defensive plays and drills at your fingertips so you can make the most of what should be a very exciting environment on the pitch. For example, 6 on 6 flag football defense strategies come in all shapes and sizes. You might find, for instance, try a 2-1-2 zone defense, with two deep and two shallow defenders, with a quick-footed middle defender. But there are only some plays that reliably work, and you can find them below, in my 20 offense drill pack and 15 defense drill pack, both containing 20 proven printable drills with diagrams and video tutorials. Flag football plays 6 on 6 - made easy!

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Back when I first started coaching, I wasn't fully aware of the differences between coaching 6 on 6 flag football versus coaching other types of football - I had no idea what the difference between a 5 on 5 flag football play and a 7 on 7 flag football play was.

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When I first started coaching five years ago, I wished that there were some comprehensive resources online that could help me really get to grips with the gameplay of 6 man flag football. That's why I've given my flag football defense drills everything I've got, including video tutorials and diagrams. These resources are designed to help coaches level up by having easy examples to show their players.

My bundles include a few resources to help your coaching reach new heights, regardless of the age and experience of your team. For example, with my printable flag football plays for 6 on 6 teams, you can slot them right into your wristband, take them onto the pitch, enabling your team to secure success!

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We understand the time, effort and creativity that is needed to consistently produce new and exciting sessions for your team so we have a selection of packages available. With a variety of options for all ages, you are sure to find flag football 6v6 plays, drills, templates and more for your team.

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Utilize the time that you spend training with your team wisely and then watch as those skills translate onto the field. Your practice sessions are so important to developing camaraderie between players, learning formations, 6v6 flag football trick plays and more so it is important to make them as beneficial as possible. With the help of our 6v6 flag football playbook, you will have all of the skills and knowledge of flag football strategy that you need to deliver quality sessions each and every time.

At the forefront of the industry, Coach D has the knowledge and experience required to take your team to the next level. If you have the drive and passion needed to coach 6v6 flag football play, then you can benefit from purchasing one of our packages. Gone are the days of spending hours creating new flag football plays for 6v6. When you choose one of our packages, you are guaranteed quality training material that can be utilized time and time again to achieve results, no matter the age of your players.

You not only get plays, but everything you need to crush it as a coach - flag football drills, practices, templates, and other special features. That's one of our main differentiators, coaches can walk out on the field with 0 experience and crush it, not just with plays, but with everything.

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If you have the fundamental traits of a coach but are missing the material needed to deliver awesome practices and win some games, then you could benefit from our playbooks. Providing a range of flag football trick plays for 6v6, rest assured that you will find a package that suits your needs. Whether you are in need of extra material to add to your existing plans or full, comprehensive resources, or even a specific 6v6 flag football defense, we have you covered. In our range, you will find:

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Flag Football Defense 6 on 6

From tiny acorns grow mighty oak trees. Watch a field full of kids, whether first timers or experienced players, come together to create a shutdown defense.. If you have been given the task of helping them, it’s an honor but it can also be daunting. That’s why we came up with flag football defense 6 on 6, because defense is an important part of the game, and we can help you teach it. We’ve developed and organized ideas to make it simple for your young players to operate like a real team.

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We want you to crush it as a COMPLETE COACH, and with our help, you can do just that. We’ve got the plays, the plans, and the inspiration that can get your young team heading in the right direction. 6 on 6 flag football plays are part of our overall package that includes playbooks and drill packages to help you get your players quickly executing your offense within minutes.. There is nothing quite as satisfying as passing on these valuable football and life skills to the next generation, and your journey as a flag football coach really takes off here.

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What are you waiting for? It's time to crush it as a coach! If you've got any questions or would like to hear more about my experience coaching 6x6 teams, please get in touch - I love hearing from people and will ensure that you have a great customer experience!
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4 Free 6 v 6 Plays

Play Breakdown:

A, B: Red, Green: Running Back

C, D: Blue, Grey: Wide Receiver

CT: Yellow: Center

Q: Black: Quarterback

Star: Getting the ball (1st option – if not open, the QB can throw to the open player) BF, AF, CF: F means fake, e.g. QB Fakes a handoff to A then throws to C

B1, C2: a number after the letter means B would get the ball first, then throw it to C (or handoff)

Ball: handoff or point of completion for a Receiver

Dotted line: Where the pass is thrown

6 v 6 Flag Football Formations


2 Running Backs behind the QB

  • 5-7 yards behind QB (to reach full speed at the line of scrimmage)
  • 5-7 yards from each other

Suitable for fakes or rush-heavy defense


2 Running Backs on either side of the center – shoe to

shoe C is lined up about 7 yards out

Suitable for fakes and quick handoffs

Ideal for quick slant completions


1 Running Back directly behind the QB or off to one side

  • 5-7 yards behind QB (to reach full speed at the line of

scrimmage) Suitable for fakes then long passes over the

defense (over the top) Good for power running or reverses


No Backfield - 2 Wide Receivers | Running Backs stacked on one side

Good for reverses

Suitable for cross and quick slant routes


All Wide Receivers & Running Backs line up on one side. It can be either tight or spread out, depending on the play. Good for throwing off defense (hurry up, so they don't have time to adjust). Suitable for fakes and trick plays.

SG (Shotgun)

The QB is 5-7 yards behind center. It takes a lot of practice (need a consistent Center). Good for avoiding the rush. Good for passing deep (over the top). Good for getting running backs to run full speed.

6 on 6 Passing Routes:

Flag Football Passing Route Tree
  1. Flat: Perfect for the screen pass (many leagues won't allow a pass behind the line of scrimmage, so check your rules and adjust accordingly)
  1. Quick Slant: Perfect for short, quick passes in between zone coverages. I use these a ton in my plays.
  1. Comeback: Outside curl – great for your short passing attack
  1. Curl: Perfect for your short passing attack, when they are covering your WRs deep, and you need a first down or are close to the endzone.
  1. Out: Make sure there is a substantial cut here, and the ball is thrown near the sideline so the WR can "win the sideline" for big yardage.
  1. In: Perfect with a fake handoff, then a quick pass over the middle in-between zone coverage. If congested in the middle, lead the WR closer to the sideline.
  1. Corner: If the CB (Cornerback) guards the WR on the inside, then the Corner is a great way to lose the coverage and "throw your WR open" on the sideline.
  1. Post: One of my favorites for deep completions "over the top" of the defense. I would use the Post with a hard cut to "shake" a fast CB and "free up" the WR.
  1. Fly: Perfect for the long ball when the defense allows the WR behind them. I usually like to do a fake handoff, then throw to the WR "over the top." This must be thrown as the WR is in full stride, so they can catch it and continue to run at full speed.

6 v 6 Play 1 (Pass): Tight B Fake D Post 

Starting from the "tight" formation, this play works especially well against loose zone defenses when the offense needs less than 5 yards to advance the chains.

As is customary for tight formations, the QB will call the snap underneath the center. Before slightly edging out to the right, just on the right of the “BF” 's outside shoulder. 

The Receivers 

  • C: Will run an immediate quick slant underneath the “A”, looking to receive just before arriving perpendicular to the QB. 
  • A: Runs a standard out route over the “C: receiver, being the over route “A” should look to be explosive off the LOS, run 5 yards upfield, break down and head outwards towards the sideline. 
  • CT: After snapping the ball, the CT will run an almost immediate out route to the right of the field. To execute this route properly, the “CT should advance 2-4 yards before breaking down and splitting outward, and turning their shoulder right, providing an escape pass for the QB underneath.
  • BF: In stark contrast to the “CT”, after the snap, the “BF” should run behind the LOS and fake the handoff with the QB before splitting upfield on the outside of the “A” for a standard Go/Fly Route.
  • D: Most importantly, the “D” runs a standard post route starting from the hash. This route above the other receivers will be the ideal pass and should be what the quarterback is looking to throw to upfield.

6 v 6 Play 2 (Run-Pass): Tight A to B Out

This “tight” formation play is ideal for even shorter yardage plays, with the short options from all the receivers as well as the run option from the “A”. This is an ideal play for short-yardage third-down situations. 

As a 6 v 6 misdirection play, to succeed, this play will require a lot of player versatility as well as convincing acting and pinpoint accuracy in execution. The misdirection of this play will be convincing the linebackers to drop down off the “B” to stop what looks like a run. Most importantly, to execute the trick of this play, the “A” must convince the defense they will run upfield, but they must also execute the pass before the line of scrimmage. 

The Read

The versatility of this play comes from the ability for the “A” and the quarterback to read whether the lineman covering “B” will drop their play to cover the zone, in which case the “A” should pass. Or if the lineman will stick to their man, in which case the “A” should take the space they give up upfield. 

The Receivers 

  • C: The “C” receiver begins by running a simple post route. If the receiver runs fast enough, they should be able to reveal the coverage and aid the “A” in making their read. Regardless if the “A” buys enough time, this receiver could be open for a pass over the top.
  • A: will run right, underneath the line of scrimmage post-snap and receive a handoff from the quarterback. Then, based on the read, they will either pass upfield to the B or run it up themselves. 
  • CT: Will begin with the snap and then run a corner route out and underneath the “C”. 
  • B: The “B” needs to be explosive off the blocks as the primary target in this play. They will run a standard 5 yards upfield and then to the sideline in a classic out route, the more yardage they can gain upfield before breaking out, the more pressure they can put on the linebacker in coverage, so explosive speed will be required for this route. 
  • D: With the simplest assignment, the “D” receiver will run upfield for a standard fly route. If they get open, they will offer an over-the-top pass from the “A” if a receiver can throw that far. 

6 v 6 Play 3 (Pass): Shotgun B Fake C Cross

Starting in the shotgun formation, this play is ideal for first downs because of its adaptability. The quarterback has numerous options, allowing him to assess the defense and react appropriately.

The Fake 

To execute this play successfully, it is of utmost importance to convince the defense of a run to begin this play. Ensure during training that your quarterback and running back (BF) are both comfortable with fake handoffs before attempting this play. 

The Receivers 

  • D: The “D” receiver will begin by running a simple fly route upfield, offering a deep option for the quarterback.
  • C: As the preferred option, the C will run an immediate slant to the right of the field, looking at the quarterback for the pass after crossing underneath the “A”.
  • BF: After performing the fake handoff, the BF will immediately fly route upfield, pretending to carry the ball until they pass the line of scrimmage when they should be looking to receive the pass over their shoulder.
  • CT: Will snap the ball and then also run a fly route upfield, parallel to the “D” receiver. 
  • A: The “A” will run a slant route that is the perfect inverse of the “C” receiver, running over the top of their route and then looking to receive the pass.

6 v 6 Play 4 (Pass): Double Fake D Out and Up

Initiating in the single-back formation, this play begins with one running back positioned either directly behind the quarterback. This setup is optimal for deceiving the defense with fakes followed by deep throws over their heads. It's also effective for strong running plays or reverses.

The Fake 

For this play to be effective, it's crucial to make the defense believe it's a run initially. During practice, make sure both your quarterback and running back (BF) are adept at executing fake handoffs before trying this play out.

The Receivers

  • AF: Pre-snap, the “AF will begin their motion across the field, as soon as the ball is snapped, they should be just about to cross over the quarterback, so once the ball is snapped they can fake the handoff. Then, after faking the handoff, they will be running to the sideline and then upfield for a fly route. 
  • BF: Starting single back behind the quarterback, the BF will run upfield and fake a handoff from the quarterback, then proceed upfield as if they were carrying the ball. 
  • C: Your “C” will be running quite an advanced route here, so make sure they are experienced and understand the following assignment. First, the “C” will run what looks identical to a simple comeback route, fake being open for the reception, then break upfield for a fly route.
  • CT: Has the easiest assignment in this play. They will run a simple out route towards the flat where the “C” has just broken out of.
  • D: As the primary target for this play, the “D” will run a standard 5-yard out route. However once they’ve broken to the right, they should only take three steps towards the sideline before breaking down again and launching upfield, expecting the reception. 

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