2016 starts now!
The Force finished the 2015 underachieving. Fox Valley started strong but couldn't sustain the momentum to reach the playoffs.
2015 was a disappointment for the Force, but it's time to turn the page and get ready to rebound in 2016!
Stay tuned for exciting updates during the offseason!
Make no mistake the Force will be back, and better than ever in 2016
The Force finished the regular season at 3-5, and need some help to make the playoffs. With the Menomonie Timberjacks canceling their game on July 11th the Force now wait to see if they make the playoffs on July 25th. The River City Rough Riders must win on July 18th for the Force to secure the final playoff spot in the NEFL's Eastern Divison!
Force drop 4th straight
The Force were unable to mount any comebacks this time around against the Predators. Fox Valley drops to 3-5 on the year after falling to the Chippewa Valley Predators on Saturday 47-3
Fox Valley falls to 3-4 on the year
Turnovers doom the Force as they lose to the Menomonie Thunderhawks 34-22 on Saturday
Force drop heartbreaker to Rough Riders
Fox Valley hosted the Eastern Division leading River City Rough Riders and almost pulled out a last second victory. But turnovers doomed the Force as they fall 35-27 on Saturday.
Raiders dominate the Force.
In a much anticipated match up of two powerhouses. Only the Racine Raiders lived up to the hype, beating the Force 67-7 on Saturday
An undermanned Fox Valley Force traveled to a hostile Carson Park on Saturday and won in thrilling fashion 41-35 in overtime against their rivals the Chippewa Valley Predators!
Reaching their goals!
Force Defensive Tackle #99 Dylan Waupoose signs a pro contract with the Green Bay Blizzard; Force Linebacker Mason Czekala graduates from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point!
Force Rallies, loses late to River City 49-37
Fox Valley came into Saturday's game undermanned, trailed early only to come back and lose late to the Rough Riders on Saturday
Force open the NEFL regular season with a 48-14 rout of Thawks
The Force used a balance attack lead by #14 QB TJ Arndt, and #32 RB Max McDonald, to rout the Menomonie Thunderhawks 48-14 on Saturday!
Force dominate Scorpions of the IAFL, 28-6
Rumors of the Fox Valley's demise seem to be greatly exaggerated as the Force, jumps out to an early 28-0 lead and cruises to victory over the West Allis Scorpions.
Season Starts Saturday!
Check out a list of our opponents for the 2015 season!
Force vs Blizzard Scrimmage
The Force took on the "professionals" on Saturday night!
2014 NEFL Awards and All Stars Announced
Along with a 11-2 season and a Division Championship, the Fox Valley Force was featured with 3 league awards and 12 All Stars in 2014!
Fox Valley can't hold late lead, Pioneers win Elite Bowl 7 20-14
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 email@example.com.