The Pop Warner Football Championships (referred to as the Pop Warner Super Bowl) are divided into teams competing in Age-Weight and Age-Based Divisions.
To advance to the Pop Warner Super Bowl, a team must win its respective League Championship as well as the Regional Championship. A football team plays a 7-to-9 game schedule and at the end of the regular season, usually during the last week in October, a team prepares for league playoffs. Once a league champion has been decided a team has won the right to participate in regional championships.
70 football teams from eight Pop Warner Regions compete for National Championships in three different age/weight ranges (Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee & Jr. Varsity) as well as three age-based divisions (10U, 12U & 14U). There are also two playing divisions in the age-based classification, Division I and Division II.
Each advancing team is guaranteed to play two games at the Super Bowl, with a National Champion being crowned in each age-weight & age-based division.
More than 70 games take place throughout the 7-day event in December. Championship games will take place on the turf of Camping World Stadium where some of the greats from college and professional football have played.
Throughout the week, games will be streamed live on FloSports. After the event, a Pop Warner TV special featuring highlights from the week will air on Fox Sports 1.