The Blue Bowl Co-Ed Flag Football Tournaments will be held across the country to honor and to benefit the families of the fallen. This is a flag football tournament made up of men, woman and kids. The Blue Bowl teams are made up local businesses, police officers and residents of the area to come together to show support for Law Enforcement and help the families of our Fallen Officers. The Blue Bowl teams are made up local businesses, Families, Co-workers, friends, police officers and residents of the area to come together and unite to show support for Law Enforcement and help the families of our Fallen Officers. Our pre-game memorial usually has local, national leaders and speakers who support Law Enforcement. This is never political. We believe that strengthening local and national leaders is important to help support law enforcement and to unite everyone to get respect back for law enforcement.
We are always looking for local and national sponsors and donors to help with our cause. Please keep checking back to see where our next Blue Bowl will be.
If your police department would like to hold a Blue Bowl Flag Tournament to help the families of the fallen and your Police Officers Assistant Trust, please reach out to us.
November 3, 2018 was the First Annual Blue Bowl Flag Football Tournament held for the families of Fallen Officers Adam Jobbers-Miller and Ben Zirbel. We had a great turn out of local businesses, police officers and residents of SWFL to make this a great event for the families. Congressman Francis Rooney and Governor Ron DeSantis and his wife Casey were on hand for the very touching opening ceremonies and the presenting of the checks to the families.