The Pop Warner Super Bowl epitomizes the pinnacle of youth football, standing as the sole genuine national championship event across the nation.
Earning a berth in the Pop Warner Super Bowl entails clinching victory in both League and Regional Championships. The football squads engage in a 7-to-9 game roster before plunging into the league playoffs, usually as October curtains fall. Securing the league champion title paves the way for regional championship contention.
Victorious regional champions then set their sights on the esteemed Pop Warner Super Bowl, vying for the coveted title of national champions in their respective divisions.
The much-anticipated event is slated to run from December 2 to December 9, 2023, in Orlando, Florida. A bustling schedule of over 70 matches unfolds across the seven-day extravaganza, with championship bouts gracing the turf of the renowned Camping World Stadium, a field traversed by collegiate and professional football legends.
The thrill of competition extends beyond the stadium, as games broadcast live on FloSports enthrall audiences far and wide1.