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P.A.C.E FOOTBALL PLAYBOOK

INTRODUCTION TO FORMATIONSAll offensive plays start from a formation that dictates where all five players line up prior to the start of the play. Our flag football playbooks focus onsix formations – spread, trips, stack, double back, I and single-back. There are always adjustments and changes a coach can make to these plays(including sending a player in motion), however it is important when coaching young players that you focus more on basic fundamentals of the gameand less on complicated formations and motions. Teams that do just a few things very well will be more successful than teams that do many thingsless than well.SPREAD RIGHTSPREAD LEFTTRIPS RIGHTTRIPS LEFTSTACK RIGHTSTACK LEFTETWhere all threereceivers are on the lineof scrimmage, two tothe right side of thecenter and one to theleft.Where all threereceivers are on the lineof scrimmage, two tothe left side of thecenter and one to theright.Where all threereceivers are on the lineof scrimmage, right ofthe center.Where all threereceivers are on the lineof scrimmage, left of thecenter.Where one receiverlines up behind anotherto the right of thecenter; the otherreceiver is left of thecenter on the line.Where one receiver linesup behind another to theleft of the center; theother receiver is right ofthe center on the line.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 2

SPREAD RIGHTAll three receivers are on the line of scrimmage, two to the right side of the center and one to the left.PLAY-CALLINGWhen calling an offensive play in the huddle, give the formation first, then the play. Example: “Spread Left Fills Left” would referto a Spread Left formation and the Fils Left play.Note: Play names included in this playbook are suggestions. Feel free to adapt the play names to fit your needs and the mental capacity ofyour players. USA Football recommends picking a few plays that your team can run well rather than implementing the entire playbook.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 3

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SPREAD LEFTAll three receivers are on the line of scrimmage, two to the left side of the center and one to the right.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 7

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TRIPS RIGHTAll three receivers are on the line of scrimmage, right of the center.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 11

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TRIPS LEFTAll three receivers are on the line of scrimmage, left of the center.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 15

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STACK RIGHTOne receiver lines up behind another to the right of the center; the other receiver is left of the center on the line.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 19

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STACK LEFTOne receiver lines up behind another to the left of the center; the other receiver is right of the center on the line.P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 21

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P.A.C.E. Football Playbook 2 INTRODUCTION TO FORMATIONS All offensive plays start from a formation that dictates where all five players line up prior to the start of the play. Our flag football playbooks focus on six formation

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