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.
Force drop heart breaker 19-14
In a battle of NEFL East teams, the Force and Rough Riders battled back and forth on a hot day! The game down to the last play, But Fox Valley's hail mary came up short and the Riders escape Appleton with a 19-14 win. The Force drop to 1-2 in league play (3-3) overall, and 3rd place in the NEFL East
Force falls to Predators 65-13 in Eau Claire on Saturday.
Your Fox Valley Force fell to their Eastern Division rival on Saturday the Chippewa Valley Predators 65-13. The Force continued their inconsistant play but this time a good Preds team made them pay. Fox Valley drops to 3-2 on the season after a 3-0 start.
Fox Valley falls to Muskego 26-3
The Force came into the game with national recognition being ranked #8 by some ranking systems. But the Force who have being plagued by turnovers and penalties all season, finally ran into an opponent that made them pay. The Muskego Hitmen score the 26-3 victory over the Force on Saturday.
Force Offense takes charge in OT!
For the 3rd week in a row the Darkside of the Force shine, but after struggling through 4 quarters the Offense came to life in overtime beating the Rock County Rage 13-7 on Saturday! The Force improve to 3-0 on the season!
The Darkside of the Force sacks the Thawks 10-0!
In an era of passing in football, the Force turned back the clock with a dominating defense grinding out a 10-0 victory over the Menomonie Thunderhawks on Saturday! The Force are now 1-0 in league play and 2-0 overall on the season!
Force dominate Ravens 31-6 to open 2016!
Fox Valley had trouble getting in sync in their first game of 2016. But the Force was still able to put on a dominating performance topping the Wisconsin Ravens of the NLFL 31-6 on Saturday!
2016 is ready to Kickoff!
April 23rd is the first game of the season! It is never too late to join the Fox Valley Force. Practices on Saturdays 10am-12pm, Wednesdays 6-dark!
Former Force DOC Steve Kabelowsky passes away
It is with a heavy heart the Fox Valley Force announce the passing of our former Director of Communications Steve Kabelowsky. Steve was with the Force for the '13-'14 season. Our prayers go out to Steve's family and friends. He will be deeply missed.
Fox Valley Force workouts #2 and #3!
The next two mandatory workouts are scheduled for Jan 16th 1-3pm and Jan 23rd 7-9am At Synergy Field in De Pere! Bring workout clothes, cleats, and $10 field fee.
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!

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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 Kimberly Papermaker Stadium.

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 breast cancer research, domestic violence awareness and the and many more!

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 fvforce@hotmail.com.