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Flag Football athletes from across the state will compete December 1-2 in San Antonio at the Flag Football Competition. Presenting Sponsor The Wash Tub welcomes athletes and their families to the sixth annual competition.

November 30 - December 1, 2018 | STAR Soccer Complex

Special Olympics Texas has a serious case of football fever!  Flag football is the newest sport out of 22 sports offered, and our state competition is growing each year.  Traditional and Unified teams will face off in San Antonio at the STAR Soccer Complex, and you’ll be amazed at the level of competition, sportsmanship and spirit of our athletes.  Come enjoy the fun of Texas’ favorite sport!

Unified competitions include people with and without intellectual disabilities. They promote inclusion, understanding and bonding...both in sports and in everyday life. Anyone can compete as a Unified partner or teammate and everyone benefits far beyond the day of competition. Play Unified, Live Unified!

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Thank You

Thank you to all volunteers and sponsors! It is because of your commitment and dedication that SOTX is able to improve the quality of life for our athletes.

Did You Know?

There are 780 SOTX Flag Football athletes and Unified partners in the Lone Star State!

Flag Football is SOTX’s newest sport – it kicked off in 2011.

Flag football has existed almost as long as tackle football. The first game was played in 1933, and it became a popular recreational activity on military bases in the 1940s.

Get the Shirt!

Be sure to take some time out to visit the Merchandise stand and get this year’s SOTX Flag Football shirt!

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