We are the San Diego Enforcers. Through organized semi-pro tackle football, our non-profit organization raises money to benefit local charities. Our athletes represent various local police, fire and government organizations.
Our mission is to raise awareness and money for local charities and to be the hardest hitting football team in the league.
We are proud to announce our partnership with the San Diego Chargers for the 2012 Season. We are always looking for sponsorships. If you are interested in sponsoring our organization, please send your tax deductible donation to:
San Diego Enforcers
3666 Kearny Villa Road #300
San Diego, CA 92111
The San Diego Enforcers are proud members of the National Public Safety Football League.
Our organization has some of the most dedicated volunteers and players in the league and we rely solely on private and public sponsorships to fund our season. Through tackle football, we raise money for The Susan G. Komen Foundation-For The Cure and the Camp Pendleton Rotary Club. Last season, we raised over $30,000 for Susan G. Komen For The Cure and the Rotary Club through our efforts. We could not have done this without you, our fans and our sponsors.
Our season begins in March 2011 against the USMC Bulldogs at our 2nd annual Defender Bowl, at Escondido High School. Check our website for scheduling and ticket information.
The Enforcer players will be signing their Men’s calendar and raising money for UCP San Diego at Jimmy O’s Thursday, Jan 23rd. Fun starts at 6 PM and some of our Enforcer players will be there meeting fans!
Jimmy O’s Sportsbar
225 W 15th St Del Mar CA
Photo Credit: UCPSD, San Diego Enforcers
San Diego Enforcers football Season is starting back up already! They are playing for United Cerebral Palsy again and we are going for another Championship Season because 1 IS NOT ENOUGH!! The First game is Saturday March 2nd at San Diego High School at 5:00pm and Eve Selis will sing the National Anthem at the March 2nd Opener.
Tickets to Enforcers games are $5. Check out the website at http://www.sandiegoenforcers.com
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