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Little Rock’s War Memorial Stadium May Be Renamed

The home of major college football games in Little Rock, Arkansas, and the future site for the NJCAA football championship game for the next three years may be renamed. Arkansas-based Simmons Bank are in negotiations to own the naming rights to the field at War Memorial Stadium in partnership with the War Memorial Stadium Commission […]

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Duke Bohall, Jasmin Hopkins
Fort Scott running back Jasmin Hopkins, right, rushes past Blinn's Duke Bohall during the first half of the NJCAA national championship football game in Pittsburg, Kansas, in 2009. (AP Photo/Mike Gullett)

NJCAA Football Creates Divisions and Playoff System

The NJCAA has announced changes to the structure of football that will create increased opportunities for the sport to flourish at the two-year level including the creation of Division I and  Division III, implementation of a Division I national championship playoff system, addition of a Division III national championship and separate division rankings. Currently, NJCAA […]

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Little Rock, Arkansas, to Host 2021–2023 NJCAA Football Championships

The NJCAA, along with the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau and Arkansas Parks, Heritage and Tourism, has announced the Arkansas destination as the location for the 2021, 2022, and 2023 NJCAA Football Championships at War Memorial Stadium. The 2021 championship is scheduled for June 5 and will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network. […]

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