Kansas 8-Man All Star Football Game

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Event# 785-738-2717

Event Details

In 1985, the 8-Man Coaches Association created the Kansas 8-Man All Star Football Game. The following year, area students participated in the first game at Trojan Stadium in Beloit, Kansas. Players are selected by the 8-Man Coaches Committee each December. There was a request for two divisions, so one game is being played in the morning and another division play in the afternoon.

A successful annual event, the game relies on the support of the community as well as resources from the North Central Kansas Technical College, Beloit Jr. Sr. High School, and the Knights of Columbus.

The event attracts many people from surrounding regions, nourishing area businesses. 10am-5pm.

Kansas 8-Man All Star Football Game

Address : Trojan Field Beloit KS
Phone : 785-738-2717   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $8.00


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