International Bowl VIII Series
(All gametimes listed are in central standard time)
Monday, January 16, 2017
10:00 am: U.S. Under-14 Stars vs. U.S. Under-14 Stripes
1:00 pm: U.S. Under-15 Pride vs U.S. Under-15 Honor
4:00 pm: U.S. Under-17 Select vs Team Saskatchewan
7:30pm: U.S. Under-17 National vs. Japanese National
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
10:00 am: U.S. Under-15 Stars vs. U.S. Under-15 Stripes
1:00 pm: U.S. Under-16 Select vs. Team Alberta
4:00 pm: U.S. Under-18 Select vs. Team Ontario
7:30 pm: U.S. Under-16 National vs Team Ontario
2017 Jamboree at Maverick Stadium
Join the U.S. Under-14 through Under-18 National Teams on January 14 & 15, 2017 at University of Arlington, Maverick Stadium. The U.S. National Teams will compete against Canadian and Japanese National Teams in the jamboree setting designed to kick off the competition; as well as provide a strong development opportunity.
Maverick Stadium Address:
1307 W Mitchell St.
Arlington, TX 76019
Saturday, January 14, 2017
4:00 pm: Under-14 Stars vs. U.S. Under-14 Stripes
5:15 pm: U.S. Under-15 Select vs U.s. Under-15 Select
6:30 pm: U.S. Under-17 Select vs Team Saskatchewan
7:45 pm: U.S. Under-17 National vs. Japanese National
Sunday, January 15, 2017
4:00 pm: U.S. Under-15 Stars vs. U.S. Under-15 Stripes
5:15 pm: U.S. Under-16 Select vs. Team Alberta
6:30 pm: U.S. Under-18 Select vs. Team Ontario
7:45 pm: U.S. Under-16 National vs Team Ontario
Groups of 15 or more people are eligible for a group discount. Admission is free for children 14 years of age or younger.For more information, contact Ashley Hizer at email@example.com.
USA Football will host the International Bowl VIII on January 16 & 17 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. This year’s event includes five games between U.S. National Teams and international competition, featuring more than 600 of the top North American high school and junior high-age athletes in football’s greatest annual international competition.
The International Bowl series includes teams at the 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 , Japan American Football Association, and Football Canada. The United States leads Canada, 10-5, in games featuring men’s, women’s and high school-age national teams.
This year's edition of the International Bowl includes two gamedays at AT&T Stadium.
The Stadium has modified its security policy please refer to the following link for more information: http://attstadium.com/bags
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