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USA Football to Partner With U.S. Performance Center

USA Football will partner with the United States Performance Center, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, to elevate its national team offerings and athlete training. USA Football said will serve as the home of USA Football’s high performance activities and will aid in the identification and development of current and future national team athletes. USPC will […]

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USA Nordic Sport Names Adam Provost New Chief Executive Officer

Adam Provost, who has spent two decades with a number of sports organizations and properties, will be the new chief executive officer at USA Nordic Sport, the national governing body announced on Tuesday. Provost will begin his role on August 8. Provost has recently led the growth of football both internationally and domestically with roles […]

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Grand Park Sports Campus Named Host of USA Football Flag Football Championship

USA Football has announced that the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana, will host “The One” flag football championship from July 23–25, 2021, in conjuction with the Hamilton County Sports Authority. The event is among the largest youth and adult flag football tournaments in the United States, featuring teams across 13 divisions from age […]

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NFL Flag to Operate Through Reigning Champs

The National Football League has named a youth sports experiences business, Reigning Champs, as its operating partner of NFL Flag. RC Experiences, a new division of Reigning Champs, will oversee NFL Flag leagues and tournaments beginning in January 2020 with an emphasis to support local leagues and participant growth, especially among girls. Flag football has […]

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International Bowl Series Returns to AT&T Stadium in Texas

Presented by USA Football, the 10th annual International Bowl Series will return to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in January for the fifth consecutive year. The event—the longest-running series of high-school aged international football teams—will feature two game days across four age divisions of national and regional teams from the United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico and […]

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