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After 10 years playing bowl games in Mexico the All American Eagles football team will step up on May 9th in Cancun Mexico and play against the Cancun Tiburones of the Mexican American Football League a newly formed professional football league. Tiburones FAM Leaguethe changes.
The Team will be made up of 38 of the nations top College, Free Agent Pro Players, like quaterback Hunter Mc from the Graz Giants. The coaches will include former XFL coach Hall Mumme and former Green Bay Blizzard coach Chad Baldwin. To join us register today!
About the All American Bowl and Team All American Eagles
The All American Bowl began in 1996 in Minnesota; It is designed to bring together the country’s top Division I, II and III college seniors and free agents to compete in an All-Star bowl setting. The All American Bowl has been held annually in December at USA Bank Stadium, as well as several other great locations across the country like, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Dayton Beach and Miami, Florida.
In 2011 360 Sports Events contracted with the Aztec Bowl to bring the Americas top college all stars to Mexico, to play on the All American Eagles team against the Mexico All Stars. (formal the American college team was picked by the AFCA). The Aztec Bowl is a college Division I/II/III (since 1973) post-season bowl game that has been played intermittently since 1954. With but one exception, all of the games have been played at locations in Mexico; the exception was the 1957 game played in San Antonio, Texas.
Now in 2020 the Team All American Eagles will move to a new level playing under NFL Rules against Professional Teams from the country of Mexico.
Over two hundred players have went on to play professional football after playing in the All American Bowl and Aztec Bowls. For more information go to www.allamericanbowl.com or www.aztecbowl.mx
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