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Calling All Players…Combines Are Coming

First One at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL

Ready, players? Five cities will host combine events for prospective players looking to enter the 2019 FCFL Draft. Players with collegiate or professional football experience who think they’ve got what it takes to play for the fans and are interested in being a part of the league’s inaugural season can register for the combine in their region and submit video at http://bit.ly/FCFLPlayerApplication.

Combine dates and locations:

IMG Academy
5650 Bollettieri Boulevard
Bradenton, FL 34210

Atlanta Silverbacks Suwanee Indoor
4285 Brogdon Exchange
Suwanee, GA 30024

D1 Training
8081 Walnut Hill Lane #1000
Dallas, TX 75231

D1 Training
8080 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43235

5975 S Topaz Street
Las Vegas, NV 89120

The FCFL Football Operations Team and registered FCFL fans will evaluate players as they participate in position-specific skills tests and one-on-one competitions. Fans are welcome to attend the combines and conduct their own evaluations, but are required to pre-register for the FCFL’s Virtual Front Office in order to receive Fan Scout credentials for their preferred combine location. Virtual Front Office fans will also be able to evaluate players on the league’s video platform.

“This is a great opportunity for young players to show us what they’ve got! Our league gives players a unique platform to showcase their skills and build their personal brands,” according to our very own Ray Austin, former NFL defensive back and FCFL Co-Founder & Head of Football Experience.

Our Chief Strategic Advisor, Joe Montana, added, “When the FCFL kicks off this June, we’re going to change what it means to be a fan. From the start, at the combine, fans will be able to actually influence who plays on their team. I know there is a lot of talent out there, and I can’t wait to get a look at the guys who think they have what it takes to help us make history!”




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