The World All-Star Bowl will feature the top high school athletes from around the globe. This one-of-a-kind showcase event will take place in Mexico City on December 21st, 2019. There, 80 highly recruited athletes will compete for a chance to prove that they belong with the best of the best. In addition to the game, there will be a pre-game Youth Football Parade, halftime show, a post-game autograph session, and a VIP Party with NFL Hall of Fame legends.
It is TBD when the streaming of the game will be airing on CBS Sports Network.
Eighty high school seniors from the U.S. & abroad all getting recruited to play in college line up for one game on international turf.
87% of rosters are either 4 or 5 star athletes as ranked by 24/7 Sports.
Athletes come from 19 states and 3 countries.
The World Bowl will be played at Estadio Azul in Mexico City, Mexico. Estadio Azul has served as the home stadium for many professional soccer teams over the years and is equipped to seat more than 33,000 fans. Take advantage of your time in Mexico City by enjoying some authentic Mexican cuisine, exploring the history of Mexico’s capital, or visiting the National Museum of Anthropology - one of the world’s most highly regarded natural history museums.
In partnership with the NFL, we have elected 3 former NFL players to be coaches for the World Bowl All-Star Game. These football legends posses the qualities of the Hall of Fame, along with a strong commitment to youth sports. Torry Holt, T.J Houshmandzadeh and Will Shields have been chosen because of their strong character traits, involvement in their communities and youth football.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame travels to Mexico City for National Signing Day as the nation's top preps formally declare their college to the football world. The exclusive event will be broadcasted live on CBS Sports Network. Gold Jackets Rod Woodson and James Lofton will welcome each athlete after they declare their decision.