Belgium’s Puurs Titans Host 2014 Junior Bowl

On Sunday, December 7th, 2014 the Puurs Titans hosts the Belgian U19 finals with the Junior Bowl 2014.

The following is a press release for the event:

Junior Bowl 2014

The Titans organization have focused on youth football and the development of the sport and league in Belgium. That makes us very proud to be hosting this event and having the opportunity to make it the best possible.

More details can be found on our website: http://www.puurs-titans.be/2014/11/junior-bowl-2014/

Or on the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/815232841853341/

In cooperation with the Belgium Football League, Puurs Titans proudly presents the Junior Bowl 2014.

Puurs TItans

Our two best U19 teams will go face mask to face mask for the national title! For this exceptional event we’ve prepared something special for the spectators as well!

There will be enough entertainment on and around the field to make this an incredible family day!

We’ve foreseen a professional game reporter so everyone – even your grandpops- will understand every single move on the field. During halftime you and your friends can have a shot at becoming a football legend during the fieldgoalkicking contest.

We haven’t forgotten the little ones either: “Sint Niklaas” will be present to entertain them all.

For those who like to be adventurous, we’ve even foreseen a bounce castle, sponsored by 4U Group.

Of course there will be music, provided by a local big band.

All this excitement got you hungry or thirsty? No worries, we’ve got you covered! Drinks and bites are available next to the field.

Or, just come to enjoy the game & the atmosphere together with your friends and family.

Convinced? Confirm and share your attendance here!

This event is organized by the Puurs Titans.

Entrance is free for all spectators and players.

John McKeon
John McKeon is a former professional and collegiate American Football player and coach now living and working in New York. His goal is to spread news, information, and opinion on the global growth of the sport he loves.
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