7 on 7 touch football ignites a spark of excitement that electrifies the field with unparalleled energy and enthusiasm. This dynamic and fast-paced version of the game transforms the traditional gridiron experience into a thrilling spectacle of skill and strategy. The absence of tackling intensifies the focus on agility, precision passing, and strategic teamwork. As seven players on each side engage in a symphony of rapid movements, the field becomes a canvas for showcasing the artistry of football. Every play is a symphony of calculated risks, daring maneuvers, and split-second decisions, keeping both players and spectators on the edge of their seats. The sheer speed of the game demands quick thinking and split-second reflexes, creating an atmosphere where anticipation and exhilaration converge. Whether it’s the precision of a quarterback’s throw, the nimble footwork of a receiver, or the strategic brilliance of the defensive line, 7 on 7 touch football encapsulates the essence of pure, unadulterated excitement on the gridiron. It’s a riveting showcase of athleticism and teamwork that leaves a lasting imprint of adrenaline-fueled joy on players and fans alike.


Braemar Field measures 400 feet long, 250 feet wide and 75 feet high, and is covered from November through April. The turf field is surrounded by a turf track that is open to the public when baseball and lacrosse practices aren’t taking place. When the dome isn’t in place, the turf field is able to withstand the heavy rains that makes grass fields unplayable.

The Edina Soccer Club, Edina Football Association, Edina Baseball Association and Edina Lacrosse Association were all instrumental in bringing Braemar Field to life.