The premier national youth football tournament. Often imitated, never duplicated.
The Road To Naples starts with 32 teams from all over the United States, representing their State/Region, battling in a single elimination tournament vying to be crowned National Champions. Three divisions, 6 to, 7th and 8th grade a will compete throughout the month of December hoping to be crowned National Champions. Over 4,000 athletes from hundreds of youth leagues will take part in “Championship Weekend” This will be the third year in a row, the FBU National Championship – “Championship Weekend” will be held in Naples, Florida to showcase the best teams in the nation. FBU Team Seattle will be participating in its’ sixth National Championship tournament.
Over the past six years, Team Seattle has had three National Championship appearances along with several elite 8 and final 4 appearances. The last year 2016 for the first time Team Seattle had all three teams (6th, 7th & 8th) earn a bid to the finals in Naples, FL. Team Seattle focuses on the post season and provides a national platform for players to represent their local fall youth organizations that they play for.
This is evident by each player wearing their helmet issued from their fall organization during the tournament and practicing in their program game jerseys. The coaching staffs are diverse and made up of coaches from various programs.
Tryouts will be held in various cities this summer:
July 2nd at Garfield High School
July 9th at the RAC / Olympia
TBD – SERA Field TBD – French Field / Kent, WA
TBD – Eastside Catholic High School Visit fbunc.com and our Facebook page @teamseattlenc for more information.
AAG (All American Games) believes that the nation’s top football athletes have the right to compete against another 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 6 the, 7th, and 8 the graders the same opportunity!
These opportunities prepare top athletes for the rest of their football careers and lives.