In conjunction with NFL Flag, Five Star Flag Football is the premier flag football summer camp in New England.

Due to increasing popularity of the NFL and a need to address prevention of youth concussions and injuries, flag football has become one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. Five Star Flag Football is one of the first NFL Flag-sponsored summer camps.

Five Star Flag Football camp is designed for boys and girls ages 6 to 14 who want exercise while having fun,  meeting new friends, and improve their athletic skills. We welcome all children to join us. Our staff and coaches are experienced and well trained to coach all levels of young athletes.

No matter which sport your child plays, the Five Star Flag Football Camp will help them to improve in areas such as agility, speed, and endurance. Additionally, we focus on building and improving the confidence, leadership, and teamwork skills of all campers. Our staff consists of successful coaches and college athletes who go above and beyond to engage campers and enhance their experience.

Five Star Flag Football camp is conveniently located off of interstate 95/128 and the Mass Pike. Located on the beautiful campus of world-renowned Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, campers will be exposed to a state-of-the-art facility. Your son or daughter will play games on synthetic turf fields just like many NFL teams do, while wearing the uniform of an NFL team.

If you are looking for a summer athletic camp, Five Star Flag Football is a great choice. We are certain that your son or daughter will have an incredible summer camp experience.


It is our aim to provide the best flag football summer camp experience for all of our campers.

Our Objective

Five Star Flag Football wants all campers to gain confidence, make friends, and increase athletic skills. In addition to learning rules and strategies of playing flag football, we want our campers to have fun. We will teach proper techniques such as catching and throwing a football as well as instilling in our campers the importance of leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship.


June 25 – 28 (week 1)
July 30 – August 2 (week 2)