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Congratulations to 2013 FBU National Champions!

6th Grade       North Texas
7th Grade       South Florida
8th Grade       GFL-Georgia


The single biggest event in Youth Football, period.

Two of the biggest events in sports, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament  and the Little League World Series, collide and the result is FBU’s National Championship.

64 Teams from all over the United States and Canada representing their State/Province battling in a single elimination tournament to see who is the National Champion. There are three divisions, 8th grade, 7th grade and 6th grade all which will compete through Bowl Week to be crowned National Champion.

There will be over 6,000 athletes representing thousands of youth leagues participating in the Championship.

Playing on a  National Stage on “The Road to San Antonio” to become the real National Champion.

AAG believes that the nation’s top football athletes have the right to compete against other top talent of the same caliber! Most top football athletes never get tested on a consistent basis. AAG built the U.S. Army All-American Bowl to allow the nation’s top high school football players to compete against one another, and now AAG has created Football University’s National Championship and Regional Championship to allow the nation’s top 6th, 7th, and 8th graders the same opportunity! These opportunities prepare top athletes for the rest of their football careers and lives. 

 The amount of opportunity is unlimited!    

 How will you handle the opportunity that lies ahead?

How do I make a Team?

Click on the Tryout Logo To See How!

   Age Breakdown

FBU is looking for the best 6th,7th and 8th Graders in the country.

All age group will have four teams advance all the way to San Antonio.



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