USA Football will host the 2016 International Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 31, Wednesday, Feb. 3, and Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. This year’s event includes nine total games:
Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 - 12pm: U.S. Under-17 National Select Team vs. IFAF World Team - 3pm: U.S. Under-19 National Team vs. Football Canada - 6pm: U.S. Under-19 National Select Team vs. IFAF World Team Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 - 1pm: U.S. Under-14 National Select Team vs. U.S. Under-14 National Select Team - 4pm: U.S. Under-15 National Select Team vs. U.S. Under-15 National Select Team - 7pm: U.S. Under-18 National Team vs. Football Canada Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 - 1pm: U.S. Under-16 National Team vs. Football Alberta - 4pm: U.S. Under-18 National Select Team vs. Football Ontario - 7pm: U.S. Under-17 National Team vs. Football Ontario
The International Bowl series includes teams at the Under- 19, Under-18, Under-17, Under-16, Under-15, and Under-14 levels and is a collaboration of the sport’s national governing bodies in each country – USA Football and Football Canada -- as well as the International Federation of American Football. The United States leads Canada, 10-5, in games featuring men’s, women’s and high school-age national teams.
USA Football offers two types of tickets: general admission ticket will get you admission for that entire day's worth of games for $10 or; an on-field + Club Lite access pass that will permit you to be on the sideline and access Club Lite for the entire game. The on-field + Club Lite access pass is only valid for THE SPECIFIC GAME it was purchased for and not honored for any additional games.
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.