A word from the founder:

People often ask me what is the biggest difference between playing College football and playing in the NFL/CFL?

My answer is always the same, “the speed”. The game is extremely fast in the pros.” There are two major reasons for this: the level of athletic ability and knowledge of the game. Players who can develop both components at a very high level will make it to the professional ranks.

I have designed the IDFFL for that purpose: to help develop athletic skill and to teach the game of football to young prospects. Our goal is to assure that you, the player, will know exactly what to do on each and every play so you can allow your athleticism to emerge.

When you are 100% sure of your assignment, you know your opponents’ tendencies and what to expect, and you are able to play without hesitation, you can play fast and “make plays”...

Here we come!

Upcoming Events

  1. Strength Training: Target Training

    April 26 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. Pro Skills Development

    April 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
  3. Team Canada Practice

    April 27 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
  4. Strength Training: Target Training

    April 28 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  5. Strength Training: Target Training

    April 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This Is A Competitive League:

This isn’t your typical football league. The IDFFL is designed to teach, mentor, and prepare athletes to compete at the highest levels of football.

Our unique approach is similar to coaching strategies used at the professional ranks. Each player will improve their football skills through constant repetitions in a competitive setting. Every coach and founder has played in the NFL, CFL, NCAA, or CIS. They know what it takes to make it at the next level. And they are dedicated to teaching those skills to the up-and-coming athlete.

What the people are saying:

“I personally want to thank Anthony for his commitment to my son Spencer’s development as a football player, on and off the field. Aside from the obviuos tangible qualifications that Anthony has, he has taught my son the intangibles of being an athlete mostly about being well rounded and having self confidence. Keep up the […] - Spencer Agard
“Working with Coach Cannon help give me the mind set and physical tools that it takes to play at the next level.   I feel his advice helped to show me the path, and I was able to just run with it. Coach Cannon played a major part in my development as a Division-1 football player, […] - Chris Sharpe – Middle Tennessee State
“Looking back on my career the only true regret that I have is not learning more about my craft at a young age. When you reach the next level, be it collegiate or professional, the players who understand what is going on right away have a much better chance to succeed. My goal as a […] - Jordan Younger-CFL veteran
“I’ve watched the whole thing (7 on 7 football) change over time. The ability…to be coached and work year round, that’s so important”- Kevin Surnlin, Texas A&M Head Football Coach. - Kevin Surnlin, Texas A&M Head Football Coach
“Look at the NFL. It’s the way its spread out…I think the kids are getting developed better… across the country right now because now football has taken on all the 7 on 7(elements”)- Jimbo Fisher - Jimbo Fisher