Getting involved in a local football team is good for your mind as well as your body.
1. Chicago Blaze
The Chicago Fire Department Football Team, The Blaze, is a member of the National Public Safety Football League (NPSFL.) The NPSFL is a union of public safety agency football teams from throughout the United States who are united to promote a positive self-image to the public by raising funds for charity through spirited competition. Our team consists of local sworn Firefighters and Paramedics.
The Chicago Blaze a not-for-profit organization, with 501(c)(3) status. We raise funds to support our charities by playing football.
2. Chicago Chaos
The Chicago Chaos is a fully registered Non for Profit Minor League Football Team, that focuses on positively helping our community by keeping dreams alive on and off the football field.
5700 College Rd
Lisle, IL 60532
3. CPD Enforcers
The Chicago Police Enforcers football team is a recognized 501c3 charitable organization formed to raise funds for police and children charities. The Enforcers play in the National Public Safety Football League against teams from around the country formed with similar charitable goals. Proceeds from our fund raising are donated to several charities including the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation, the Chicago Police Gold Star Families, Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, and the Chicago Police Chaplains Ministry. As per NPSFL rules, our team is proudly comprised of fully-sworn, full-time law enforcement personnel from the Chicagoland area, as well as federal law enforcement officers working in the Chicagoland area.
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4. Chicago Falcons
The Chicago Falcons Inc. is established primarily to support and develop amateur athletes and foster national and internationally amateur football. While also alleviating the burden on the government by providing males with alternatives to criminal activities, jail and gang related activity. They do this by performing charitable acts that offer relief to the poor, distressed, and underprivileged.
Phone 312-545-6433 or 773-850-7965
5. Chicago Mustangs Football
The Chicago Mustangs are a non-profit, semi-professional developmental football team looking to provide a professional caliber of live action, hard hitting football for the local fans. They are a community based organization that would like to provide a very fun and comfortable atmosphere to their fans, and to also show their appreciation by giving back to their community. The Mustangs are built on 3 main pillars. faith, family, and football.
6412 27th St.
Berwyn, IL 60402
6. Chicago Thunder
The Chicago Thunder Football Club is a voluntary, Non-Profit, athletic organization established in 1991. The organization is solely responsible for generating the finances required to run the organization. The Thunder is a proud member of the MidStates Football League.
Chicago Thunder Football Club
2835 N Mulligan Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60634
7. Illinois Cowboys
The Illinois Cowboys is an organization where football players ages 18 and older can play in an attempt to further their playing careers; for the love of the game and for the pure enjoyment of the sport. The (ILC) provides clean and exciting entertainment to the community, and also gives aspiring players an opportunity to achieve their athletic dreams.
Phone 773-977-2468 or 773-301-1062
8. Chicago Reapers
The Chicago Reapers Organization is dedicated to better the community and those within it. They are a semi-pro team.
9. Chicago Colts
Semi-Professional Football Team/Non-for-Profit Organization. Excellence, Pride, Character and a Winning Attitude is a must. Reaching and teaching young men, how to be positive and productive in society, using football as our vehicle.
10. Chicago Chargers
A semi-pro football team.
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If you’re a member at a football club that’s not listed above, let us know and we’ll add it to our next list.