Fund Raising Opportunities
If your group, team, etc. are looking to raise money we have a way to help!
Sell tickets to this years East Coast Bowl and earn money for your organization.
For more information contact our front office at (804) 722-0141.
East Coast Bowl - North vs. South
TICKETS • $8 IN ADVANCE • $10 AT GATE
About the East Coast Bowl
The East Coast Bowl is an annual college football All-Star game that features the most elite Division I-FCS, II, III and NAIA college football players from across the Mid-Atlantic region. The game is held every year on the Saturday following Thanksgiving at Cameron Field in Petersburg, Virginia and is sponsored by the City of Petersburg and the National Football Foundation. As mention in the mission statement, all proceeds derived from the game are used to award scholarships to high school students from the Tri-Cities area that intend on playing football at a Division II or III institution.
FREE TO ALL MILITARY
FREE TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS
FREE TO ALL YOUTH REC FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND CHEERLEADERS
All youth Recreation Football Teams and Cheerleaders are invited to walk around the track before the game and represent your team and recreation department along with interacting with the Players. Please call the front office to participate in this event.
2009 Schedule of Events
Wednesday, November 25th
Thursday, November 26th (Thanksgiving Day)
- Players report to Host Hotel
- Players are measured and take wonderlic test (if haven’t already taken it)
Friday, November 27th
- Testing at Sports Center Of Richmond (SCOR)
- Play Installations
- Community Visits
- Thanksgiving Dinner
Saturday, November 28th GAME DAY
- Team Picture and Lunch
- ECB Banquet at the Train Station
Play of the Game
Hyatt Named as Host Hotel
The ECB Committee has signed a deal to make Hyatt-Place the host hotel for the eighth annual game.
South Defeats North in ECB VIII
Since the East Coast Bowl began in 2001; the South team has won only one time. This year the defensive unit for the South team took that personally and pitched the only shutout in East Coast Bowl history, defeating the North 27-0.