Frisco, TX (November 15) – The DXL Frisco Bowl (@FriscoBowlGAME) has partnered with the Frisco Football League to support its youth football teams by providing Official Frisco Bowl jersey patches for all of the league’s teams, cheerleaders, and coaches that have advanced to their championship games on Saturday, November 17.
The Frisco Football League will also have an opportunity for league members to be on the field at the DXL Frisco Bowl on Wednesday, December 19, as well experience a special pregame tailgating area for the Frisco Football League’s teams. This is part of an exclusive ticket package for teams in the league to attend this year’s game.
“The DXL Frisco Bowl is proud to partner with the Frisco Football League to help promote the great game of football in North Texas and the wonderful pageantry that that surrounds the game,” said DXL Frisco Bowl Executive Director Sean Johnson. “We look forward to a long partnership and having the football communities in our area involved in our bowl game each year.”
“The Frisco Football League is excited to enter into this relationship with Frisco’s newest college football bowl game, said Frisco Football League President Matt Wargel. “The North Texas area has a history of playing great football. This game and partnership will only add to this legacy.”
About The DXL Frisco Bowl
The DXL Frisco Bowl, formerly the Miami Beach Bowl, is now owned and operated by ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, and is affiliated with the American Athletic Conference.
The bowl game will air on ESPN on Wednesday, Dec. 19, live from Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
Toyota Stadium is the home of FC Dallas of Major League Soccer, the National Soccer Hall of Fame and host to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Championship Game since 2010. It has a football capacity of 17,200.
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ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a large portfolio of 32 collegiate sporting events worldwide. The roster includes three Labor Day weekend college football games; FCS opening-weekend game; 15 college bowl games, 10 college basketball events, a college softball event and two college award shows, which accounts for approximately 375-plus hours of live programming, reaches almost 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in Albuquerque, Birmingham, Boca Raton, Boise, Dallas-Fort Worth, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Montgomery and St. Petersburg, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.
ESPN Events also manages the Big 12 Corporate Partner Program.
Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl (Houston); AdvoCare Texas Kickoff (Houston); Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl (Atlanta); Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl (Tampa, Fla.); Birmingham Bowl (Alabama); Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl (Florida); Camping World Kickoff (Orlando, Fla.); Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise); DXL Frisco Bowl (Texas); Guardian Credit Union FCS Kickoff (Montgomery, Ala.); Hawai’i Bowl (Honolulu); Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (Dallas-Fort Worth); Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl (Nassau); Myrtle Beach Bowl (South Carolina); MEAC/SWAC Challenge (Atlanta); Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl (Nevada); New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque); Raycom Media Camellia Bowl (Montgomery, Ala.); SERVPRO First Responder Bowl (Dallas-Fort Worth); The Home Depot College Football Awards (Atlanta)
AdvoCare Invitational (Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla.); Armed Forces Classic (Fort Bliss, Texas); Charleston Classic (South Carolina); College Basketball Awards Presented by Wendy’s (Los Angeles); Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu); Jimmy V Men’s Classic presented by Corona (New York City); Jimmy V Women’s Classic Presented by Corona (South Bend, Ind.); Myrtle Beach Invitational (Conway, S.C.); NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn, N.Y.); State Farm Champions Classic (Indianapolis) and Wooden Legacy (Fullerton, Calif.)
St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational (Clearwater, Fla.)
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About Frisco Football League
The Frisco Football League, established as a 501(c) non-profit organization in 1998, provides Flag and Tackle Football, as well as Cheerleading to kids age 5-12 years old at a Recreational/Competitive level.
Sean Johnson, Executive Director of the DXL Frisco Bowl, firstname.lastname@example.org; (469) 365-0203.
Matthew Wargel, President, Frisco Football League, email@example.com; (214) 578-4308