Framingham Youth Football & Cheering will host the Bay State Superbowl games Sunday, Nov. 4 at Bowditch Field.
Everyone is invited to attend the games for free to cheer on Framingham's two nationally-ranked youth football teams.
The Framingham Youth Football A Team, comprised of eighth graders, finished the regular season undefeated at 9-0. They are ranked third in the county in the American Youth Football All-American rankings. They defeated Needham Tuesday to earth a spot in Sunday's championship game.
Last year as a seventh grade team, they won the Bay State League Championship, Massachusetts State Championship and the New England Regional Championship. In doing so, the team qualified for the national American Youth Football playoffs in Florida and finished 5th.
Also Sunday, the Framingham Youth Football C team, comprised of 6th graders, and are undefeated this season, will play for the Bay State Conference title. This team is also nationally ranked - 17th in the American Youth Football All-American rankings. The team defeated Natick Tuesday to earn a spot in Sunday's championship game.
Families are invited to attend all four games, but especially the 6th and 8th grade championship games to cheer on the Jr. Flyers.
Admittance is free. The Lions Club will be running concessions.
5th Grade Championship game Milton VS Natick 11 a.m.
6th Grade Championship game Walpole VS. Framingham 1 p.m.
7th Grade Championship game Norwood VS Needham 3 p.m.
8th Grade Championhip game Norwood VS Framingham 5 p.m.