Last updated : Wednesday, 28 February 2024
The Ann Arbor Amateur Football League (AACPS) is a non-profit organization that provides a fun and competitive football experience for adults in the Ann Arbor area. The league was founded in 1978 and currently has over 100 teams in 6 divisions.
AACPS teams are made up of players of all skill levels, from former college players to those who have never played football before. The league offers a variety of divisions to accommodate players of all levels, including a recreational division, a competitive division, and a women's division.
AACPS games are played on Saturdays and Sundays during the fall and spring. The league also hosts a playoffs and championship game at the end of each season.
- Fall season: September to November
- Spring season: March to May
AACPS uses the USA Football rules for amateur football. The rules are designed to be simple and easy to understand, while still providing a fun and competitive experience for players of all levels.
Some of the key rules of AACPS football include:
- The game is played on a regulation-sized football field.
- There are 11 players on each team.
- The game is played in four 12-minute quarters.
- There is a running clock.
- Touchdowns are worth 6 points.
- Field goals are worth 3 points.
- Extra points are worth 1 point.