This is what high school football athletes aim, work and play for: the chance to represent our country and wear the stars and stripes in international competition as members of the U.S. National Team. From annual games against Canada to international multi-country gold-medal tournaments, play against the world’s best.
The best game anywhere, played by the best everywhere. There are multiple opportunities for middle school and high school football players to achieve a singular goal: taking the field to determine who’s best in the country, continent and world.
See what happens when the U.S. National Team heads to China for the 2016 International Federation of American Football Under-19 World Championship — one of eight teams competing for a gold medal.