News | July 18, 2014
Women’s Football Championship Week comes to Rock Hill   

The Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) chose Rock Hill, SC, to host its 2014 IWFL World Championship on July 23-26, 2014. More>>

News | July 16, 2014
National High School Football Showcases Elite Players in OH   

Want a glimpse of tomorrow's superstars? Football University (FBU), the invitation-only training camp will head to Dublin, OH. More>>

News | June 20, 2014
San Francisco to Close Era with “Legends of Candlestick”   

In July, Candlestick Park will close an era -- and it's going out in a big way. More>>

News | May 28, 2014
McLane Stadium to Get Soft Opening Aug. 29   

Baylor officials announced the new stadium will open on Aug. 29 with a high school football game before the Baylor Bears play on Aug. 31. More>>

News | May 14, 2014
Boca Raton Bowl Announced December 23 for Inaugural Game   

The first Boca Raton Bowl is Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 6 p.m. ET at FAU Stadium. More>>

| May 5, 2014
University of Houston Chooses Boingo Wireless   

Boingo Wireless has been named the exclusive wireless network provider for the new University of Houston Football Stadium. More>>

News | April 28, 2014
Downtown Phoenix Expected to Become ‘Super Bowl Central’   

When the Super Bowl returns to Arizona on February 1, 2015, downtown Phoenix will become “Super Bowl Central,” for media and visitors. More>>

Palm Beach
News | April 15, 2014
Florida Firefighter Games to Have Major Impact in Palm Beach County   

This April and May, Palm Beach County will have the nation’s largest gathering of firefighters competing in sports. More>>

Visit Knoxville
News | April 11, 2014
Visit Knoxville Announces New Tourism Initiative, Event for Vols   

The Vols' season opening game is Sunday, Aug. 30. Visit Knoxville will hold the 27th Annual Boomsday Festival on Saturday, Aug. 30. More>>

Article | March 7, 2014
Pop Warner Little Scholars   

Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides youth football and cheer & dance programs across the U.S. More>>

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