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NYFO brings their National 7 on 7 Tournament to the Triangle at Ting Park
The Nation's largest 7 on 7 Spring League brings their National Tournament to the Triangle at Ting Park!
On June 16 over 3000 people from all over the country will converge on Ting Park for the National Youth Football Organization (NYFO) 7 on 7 National Tournament. Admission is FREE and families are welcome. Tournament games start at 9am and continue until a champion is crowned!
In an action packed day, there are over 100 7 on 7 games (Including Back to Back State Champions Wake Forest High School and teams from as far aways as Green Bay Wisconsin), the High School Lineman Challenge, and a FREE Football Camp!
In attendance, current and future greats from NFL, NCAA, HS and Youth Football.
"Its beyond exciting to have the NYFO National Tournament in the Triangle, states Omar McCallop NYFO Raleigh/Garner/
NC States Football players Alim McNeil, Trent Pennix and teammates will work hand in hand with ECU Football's Peyton Winstead, Matt Morgan, Caden Norman and teammates to conduct a FREE youth football camp with current and former NFL and College Athletes.
"This is our 8th year producing the NYFO National Tournament and we are proud to have partnered with the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce to make Holly Springs our "Tournament Home" - Bob Winstead - NYFO Founder
About the National Youth Football Organization
Powered by former NFL players and great coaches across the United States, The National Youth Football Organization (NYFO) is an international governing body for youth and amateur American Football. The NYFO establishes consistent rules, regulations, operating procedures, code of conduct and sanctions: 7on7 : 7v7 football and The Big 5 Lineman Game to include: league play, tournaments, competitions, and position specific training.
NYFO serves as an asset and advocate for local High School Teams. NYFO encourages and assists youth and middle school programs to become/continue to be a "feeder program" to its local High School(s). As well, NYFO forges relationships with NCAA programs, NFL and other professional football programs/affiliates to advocate their involvement and investment in our local High School Football Programs. NYFO does not conduct, promote, or encourage league play, camps, training, etc that conflict with a High School Coaches time with his players.
Omar McCallop / Bob Winstead
Page Updated Last on: Jun 15, 2018