Force miss late. Fall to Ravens 14-13
Fox Valley drops season opener to non league opponent the Wisconsin Ravens 14-13.
Welcome Back, Force Alumni: Matt Karweick
Former Force Photographer Matt Karweick will be returning to the Force sidelines in 2017. Matt was the original photographer for Fox Valley, since then has moved on to Arena Football and is currently the official photographer for the Green Bay Blizzard. Matt will be joining the Force in 2017 on a limited basis!
Welcome Back! Force Alumni: Chris Czarnik
Former Force Coach and Announcer Christopher Czarnik, will return to the booth for the game vs the Ravens on Saturday! Mr. Czarnik's passion and incredible mic skills will make it a game to remember!
Force LB #34 Randy Hoheneder has been selected to play in the 2017 Cajun Bowl in New Orleans in July!
NEFL releases 2017 regular season schedule!
The Northern Elite Football League 2017 has been announced!
The Force open the season with a rematch of the NEFL Eastern Division Championship Game hosting the Chippewa Valley Predators in week 1! With the addition of the former Western Division power the Northland Bulls to the East in 2017, the road to the NEFL Championship will be a fight each week!
Join us on January 21st from 8-10pm at Synergy field in De Pere! All returning and new players are invited to attend
NEFL adds Midwest Power, Fargo Invaders
The Northern Elite Football league continues to be one of the best in the Midwest. They have just added the Fargo Invaders to their already impressive stable of teams!
Post season honors continue for Hoheneder
With Fox Valleys strong finish to the 2016 season comes continued success for it's players. LB #34 Randy Hoheneder was a 2016 All Star in the NEFL. His work was noticed by the USA Eagles national football team and he was added to the Team USA team as they traveled to Mexico!
Catterruccia accepted to UW Whitewater
Piggy backing on an All Star 2016 Season with the Force, Catteruccia has joined National Power UW Whitewater's Football team as a Sophomore!
Missed it by that much!
The Fox Valley Force late season surge came to a halt on Saturday night. The Force gave the #2 ranked Chippewa Valley Predators all they could handle but fell just short 17-10 in the NEFL Eastern Conference Championship.
Turning the tables
Last time the Force and RoughRiders met the Force could not connect on a hailmary.
This time the Rough Riders could not connect on a hailmary and the Force beat River City 27-25! The Force advance to the NEFL Eastern Division Championship on August 6th against the Undefeated Chippewa Valley Predators in Eau Claire
Down but not out.
The first game this year was all Predators. On Saturday the Force battled back from an early deficit, to get within striking distance of the lead. But turnovers and penalties stalled the Force offense and Chippewa Valley walked out of Appleton with a 45-16 hard fought victory.
The loss brings the Force back to .500 on the season. But the Force still have a chance for the #2 seed in the East.
Back in the playoffs!
Your Fox Valley Force traveled to Menomonie on Saturday looking to end a 3 game losing streak. They did just that, shutting out the Thunderhawks 26-0. With the victory the Force clinch a playoff birth in the NEFL playoffs!
The Force improve to 4-3 on the year and 2-2 in league play.
Be one with the Force in 2016!
There is no offseason! The Fox Valley Force is always recruiting talented player and coaches to carry on the tradition of Force football. Click on the pic and register for the 2016 Fox Valley Force!
The Fox Valley’s Premier Minor League Football Team
The Fox Valley Force is a not-for-profit minor league football team based in Appleton, Wis. The Force, which was established in 2006, is a member of the Northern Elite Football League (NEFL), which is comprised of Minnesota and Wisconsin minor league teams. The NEFL season runs from May to August, ending with the “Elite Bowl” championship game.
The Force is made up of local players, coaches and administrative staff who volunteer their time to make the team what it is today. Players range in age from 18 to 40+ years old with playing experience at all levels, from high school to NFL. All home games are played at Paul Engen Field at Appleton North High School.
The Force players, coaches and staff are dedicated to the Fox Valley community, helping other nonprofits, such as Goodwill and the Harbor House. Profits from each home game are donated to different causes such as cancer research, domestic violence awareness, along with many others!
Why Join the Force?
The Force takes pride in its high-level of football and serving the Fox Cities community. Made up entirely of volunteers, the Force is always looking for quality people to join its team — both on and off the field.
If you’re interested in joining the Force, contact President Matt Reyes at firstname.lastname@example.org.