San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us as the United States takes on Canada in an international showdown. The 2014 International Bowl will feature six U.S. National Football Teams between the age levels of Under-15 and Under-19 who will compete in official International Football Competitions against their respective Canadian National Teams.
Previous competitions have featured U.S. National Team athletes such as Jameis Winston (Quarterback, Florida State); Todd Gurley (Running Back, Georgia); Jaxon Shipley (Wide Receiver, Univ. of Texas); Stephon Tuitt (Defensive Line, Notre Dame); Ty Montgomery (Wide Receiver, Stanford) and several other future stars of college football.
The Weekend Game Pass allows you to attend all six (6) International Bowl competitions at Maverick Stadium and includes access to the Tyson Tailgate. The Tyson Tailgate features Tyson Chicken and Stubb's BBQ sauce sampling, tailgate games and autograph sessions with an NFL Player. The Tailgate begins prior to the Under-19 US vs. Canada competition on Friday, Feb 7 at 6 pm and runs throughout the game.
Schedule of Games
Friday, Feb 7, 2014
- 1:00 pm: Under-15 U.S. vs. Canada
- 4:00 pm: Under-16 U.S. vs. Canada
- 7:30 pm: Under-19 U.S. vs. Canada (Tyson Tailgate)
Saturday, Feb 8, 2014
- 1:00 pm: Under-17 U.S. vs. Canada
- 4:00 pm: Under-17 U.S. vs. Canada
- 7:00 pm: Under-18 U.S. vs. Canada
When & Where
USA Football recommends national standards for America’s youth football community. As the sport's national governing body in the United States, USA Football hosts more than 200 football training events annually, offering education for coaches, skill development for players and resources for youth football league commissioners. The independent non-profit is the official youth football development partner of the NFL and its 32 teams and partners with numerous leading football organizations and conferences. USA Football manages U.S. National Teams within the sport for international competition and awards $1 million annually in equipment grants to youth and high school football programs based on merit and need. USA Football is chaired by former NFL team executive Carl Peterson.