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Evansville Enforcers playing for a ticket to the KFL Championship

Your hometown football team was the Commonwealth Division regular season champions in the KFL. Now it's playoff time! After a first round bye this past week, they will host the Ohio Valley NightOwls from Owensboro, KY. The NightOwls defeated the Tennessee Rampage 34-12 to earn the right to travel to Evansville. Winner of this game goes to the KFL Championship Game on September 28th!

It will also be youth football appreciation night. Evansville youth football players will be given pass cards at their practices this week for a free entry. Please show up in jerseys! At halftime, teams will be recognized on the field, and the team with the highest attendance at the game will win a pizza party courtesy of Ecology Pest Control! (Check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EcologyPestControl)

There will be a special deal on the Enforcer pass cards for this game. Normally $20 for 5 gate entries and the coupons that come with it, they will be slashed to $10 for one night only! Single gate entries will still be $6.

If you have any questions about the youth activities, or about the game in general, feel free to ask. Hope to hear and see all our fans out there on Saturday night at 7 PM at Enlow Field to help support the Enforcers!
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