Held in Atlanta & Boston the Three Piece Suit Football Charity Festival features an annual football game in which men and women play tackle football in three-piece suits!


This free-admission charity event features live music, local craft beer, and food options! The event has been held since 2009 in Atlanta and since 2014 in Boston!

Of course, the centerpiece of the fun-for-all-ages festival is the picture-worthy game of tackle football being played by men and women in classy, colorful, and often outrageous three-piece suits!

The best part is, these exciting events serves as a fundraiser for Veteran and Dog charities!

The Boston chapter supports Operation Delta Dog, while the Atlanta chapter supports Pets For Vets Atlanta. Both charities are non-profit organizations that helps rescue shelter dogs and trains them to be assistance dogs for veterans. These organizations works locally with Veterans to meet their needs and match them with a dog that will aid in helping Veterans to cope with a variety of issues including PTSD, TBI, and other issues that arise as a result of service to our country. Over the course of our events, TPSF has raised over $150,000 for charities in both Atlanta and Boston!

9 Feb

Update on TPSF Atlanta 2023

For those who have not heard yet, TPSF Atlanta is not happening ... More

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Interested in Playing in TPSF ATL 2022?

For the upcoming TPSF Atlanta set for 2.12.2022, there may be some player slots available for those interested in being a part of the tailored football game that is the featured part of our Three Piece ... More

TPSF Live Stream 2020!

Because the annual TPSF Boston football game scheduled for ... More

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Operation Delta Dog Logo TPSF Boston supports Operation Delta Dog (OpDD), which is a non-profit organization which rescues and trains homeless dogs to become service dogs for military veterans. Click the DONATE button below to donate to OpDD with PayPal!

"Tackle football wearing three piece suits... It's the only way to play!”