Pop Warner Super Bowl
The Football National Championships consist of 64 teams from 8 Pop Warner Regions playing in five age/weight classifications (Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. Varsity, Varsity & Unlimited). There are two competition levels; Division I and Division II.
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 and a team has won the right to participate in regional championships. Those teams that win at the regional championships are invited to ESPN Wide World of Sports™ to compete for a national championship in the Jr. Peewee, Peewee, Jr. Varsity, Varsity and Unlimited divisions.
68 games take place throughout the 6-day event in December, including the Division I Jr. Varsity National Championship game, which will be featured live on the ESPN Family of Networks.
The 2016 Pop Warner Super Bowl and National Cheer & Dance Championships will take place from Saturday, December 3rd through Saturday, December 10th at ESPN Wide World of Sports™ Complex.