Everyone in the United States of America seems to love football, and fans flock to stadiums all
over the country to see the best pro and collegiate teams go head-to-head in games that feature some of the top athletes in
the entire world. There are a variety of great matchups on both the National Football League and NCAA Football schedules this
The 2013 NFL regular season is jam-packed with incredible matchups that any football fan would want to see play
out from their very own seat in the stadium. There are some very good teams that are looking to take the next step this season,
and their games always make for exciting contests to see just how far they can climb. Rivalry games can be found all over
the schedule, when two divisional foes hit the gridiron to try to take home a huge victory that comes with a healthy dose
of pride. These are some of the hottest games of the season because the fans love to see their favorite teams down their most
hated opponents. Of course, the culmination of the season will come on February 2nd when the best team from the AFC takes
on the top club from the NFC in the famed Super Bowl.
The college football schedule is also loaded with big games all
season. Every game can make or break a team's season in the college ranks, which is what makes each contest so intense. These
college athletes are some of the most impressive football players you'll ever see in person, and some of them will go on to
the next level to star in the National Football League. College football fans love to head to the stadium to root for their
favorite teams, and they'll have plenty of opportunities to do so this college football season. The biggest game of the season
will take place on January 6th at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA when two top programs take the field for the BCS National
Title Game that will decide who holds the crown as the best team in football.
The roots of American
football can be traced to a sport known as rugby football, which served as a kind of foundation for the sport that has developed
into the modern game of football over the years. The first game of American football was played in 1869, but it did not resemble
the game football fans of today know. The game began to evolve over time and became a collegiate sport first. The pro game
really took off with the invention of The National Football League in 1920. The league matured and grew as the years went
by, but really took itself to the next level when it merged with the competing American Football League in 1970. The league
then split into two conferences that remain to this day, the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference.
The NFL has continued to add teams over the years and now boast 32 franchise in cities all over the United States of America.
The NFL is the most popular sports league in the United States and its championship game, The Super Bowl, is one of the most
watched games in the world. As for the collegiate level, college football remains immensely popular throughout the entire
Life as a Fan
People from all over the country simply can't get enough football. It's simply
riveting to see a game in person when these amazing athletes hit the field to do battle on the gridiron, and fans from all
walks of life love to hit the stands and cheer on their favorite players. Football is a way of life for a lot of people, and
you can find fans showing up for games hours and hours in advance so they can enjoy the tailgating festivities before heading
into the stadium to enjoy a great contest of football.
Introducing New Fans
The game of football is America's
most popular sport for a reason, and that's something you can see for yourself when you hit the stands for a big college or
pro game. The NFL is king in the U.S., but college football boasts some of the most passionate fans in sports. Keeping track
of football is easier than most sports, because there are less games played and they often take place on the weekends.
When you head out for a big football game you're sure to experience all that comes with a gridiron
clash. The parking lot at the stadium will be filled with people gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub and sipping
on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the main event, which is the game itself. Once you're inside the stadium
you'll be treated to some of the most intense athletic competition around. It's all one big experience that really takes an
entire day to appreciate, and you can be a part of it all when you head to a game.