The Frisco Fighters hereby invite you to attend our open tryout this Saturday, Feb. 15.
What? Open tryouts for the Frisco Fighters Indoor Football Club – all are welcome to try out or observe.
When? This Saturday, Feb. 15 at 9 a.m. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m.
Where? Memorial Stadium in Frisco. 6927 Memorial Lane, Frisco, TX 75034
Why? The only IFL team in the DFW area is putting together its roster under the direction of Clint Dolezel, former star quarterback of the Dallas Desperados and the 2019 AFL Coach of the Year. We will sign at least one player who tries out on Saturday.
My name is Brook Weber and I am the new Director of Public Relations of the Indoor Football League and the brand-new IFL team called the Frisco Fighters. All Fighters home games will be played at Comerica Center in Frisco. We are excited to be a big part of the beautiful and booming community of the Frisco and Plano area as we strive to be leaders both on and off the field. The Frisco Fighters are anxious to become a staple of entertainment in one of the fastest-growing markets in the United States that also adores the game of football.
I previously served as the only PR Intern of the Dallas Cowboys for the 2019-20 season and recently took the position here with the Fighters as my first full-time job. We have a fantastic organization coming together with experienced personnel from all over the country. Our head coach is Clint Dolezel, former star Dallas Desperados quarterback who was the 2019 Arena Football League Coach of the Year and three-time ArenaBowl champion.
With Coach Dolezel’s connections in the Dallas area in mind, we look forward to being the cornerstone indoor football team in the DFW area and would love to have you come out for a game. Our season starts Thursday, March 12 and we are confident that the team we are putting together will be one worth discussion and coverage in the North Texas region. There is no faster and harder-hitting sport than what the Indoor Football League presents.
The Indoor Football League is the largest and longest-running indoor-style football association in the country, with 13 teams spanning 10 states. While the IFL has been around since 2008, Steve Germain, the owner of the new Frisco franchise, recently purchased the rights of the entire league to ensure it continues to thrive. The Germain family had a lot of success running the Columbus Destroyers out of Columbus, Ohio, but the AFL folded around them. Mr. Germain decided to take matters into his own hands with his new venture to make sure the right decisions would be made to keep the Frisco Fighters intact as well as the entire Indoor Football League.
The Frisco Fighters will bring ’50 Yards of Fury’ to North Texas, and I’d like to formerly invite you to attend our open tryout set for this Saturday, Feb. 15 at Memorial Stadium in Frisco, TX. The Fighters guarantee that we will sign at least one player that tries out, and we signed five from our previous open tryout. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m., the event begins at 9 a.m. and should run until around 1 p.m. We would love to host you as we begin our journey to being a point of pride for North Texas in the middle of the major football offseason.