New Soccer Business Can Help You Remain in the Game

Maybe you started playing baseball when you were 8-years old and never quite lost your love of the game. Maybe you even continued to play college basketball. Whatever stage you played, it's a good guess your enthusiasm for the game didn't stop once the last whistle blew and the last play ended.

So just how do you want to rub elbows with NFL Hall of Fame inductee Sam Huff, who played for the Gambling when they won the championship in 1956? Or, if you're drawn more to the art of teaching, how would you like to talk shop with Barry Switzer, head coach of the Dallas Cowboys once they won the Super Bowl in 1995, or Willie Wood, the first black head coach in professional football?

You can be a part of everything -whether you are still in the game or watching from the sidelines -by becoming a member of American Football Alumni, a business of current and former baseball players, coaches and other individuals who earnestly support the activity. Its advisory board includes some of football's most storied players and coaches. Dig up new information on our related essay by going to visit my website. Dig up further about visit link by visiting our lofty portfolio.

AFA was made as a networking and social organization to provide its members the opportunity to get back in the game and recapture the energy and excitement of their playing years.

Although some alumni companies currently exist, AFA's planners say there is still a great importance of an alumni community which will allow interaction among football players and coaches o-n both a personal and professional level.

Recent surveys conducted by AFA show that 70 percent of former baseball players will be interested in joining an alumni association with high school and college players. Seventy-nine percent are interested in reunions with former team-mates and 5-5 percent said they'd be interested in purchasing their old school basketball jerseys, particularly if their names were included.

AFA has numerous member benefits, including special pricing for Football Fest 2006 and exhibitions and other AFA meetings, savings on AFA product and voting in local and national alumni polls.

The team plans on recruiting annual exhibitions starting in Nevada in 2006..