Atlanta’s longest-running “Big Game” Weekend event!

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Welcome to the official page to get all the information about the Three Piece Suit Football Charity Festival, which happens annually every Super Bowl Saturday in Atlanta! This year’s TPSF Festival is the 12th straight year of the football game — TPSF XII — which features men & women playing full-contact tackle football while wearing three-piece suits!

The free-admission charity festival will also feature food trucks, cocktails, local beer, face painting for kids, live music from Wasted Potential Brass Band, and a Frisbee dog halftime show! Of course, the centerpiece of the fun-for-all-ages festival is a picture-worthy game of tackle football being played by men and women in classy, colorful, and often flamboyant three-piece suits! This spectator-friendly event makes for a great afternoon in the park!

Support for our charities, Pets For Vets and Battlefields To Ballfields, is raised during the festival through alcoholic beverage sales, donations, and the raffles.

Bring your friends and family out, stop by the food trucks & beer tents, and enjoy an afternoon of hard-hitting tailored football to support two worthy causes!

To Learn more about SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES – CLICK HERE!

Charity 2020!

Frequently Asked Questions

One of the first questions we get…
“What exactly is Three Piece Suit Football?”
For the answer to this — plus all the event details — click HERE for FAQs.

The TPSF Charity Festival is a unique and exciting platform to raise awareness and monetary contributions for Veteran charities. This year we are supporting two great Veteran causes! We will once again be playing to support Pets For Vets Atlanta, a local Georgia charity. Also, we will be supporting Battlefields to Ballfields (B2B), a charity founded by NFL on Fox rules analyst, Mike Pereira. B2B helps returning veterans train to become sports officials!  Scroll down to see how to support our charities!

Charity 2020

Pets For Vets Georgia Chapter

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For the fifth year in a row, Three Piece Suit Football is supporting Pets For Vets Atlanta (PFV). As a registered 501c3 non-profit organization, Pets For Vets Atlanta’s mission is to help rescue homeless/shelter dogs and train them to be companion animals for Veterans in need! Pets For Vets Atlanta works locally with Georgia Veterans to meet their needs and match them with a dog that will aid in helping the Veteran to cope with a variety of issues including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other mental and physical health-related challenges.

Last year, TPSF raised over $30,000 for Pets for Vets! There are several ways to support this great cause at this year’s Three Piece Suit Football Game, so help us out-do ourselves this year!

Battlefields To Ballfields

TPSF is also supporting Battlefields to Ballfields (B2B). Founded by Mike Pereira, former VP of Officiating for the NFL and current NFL on Fox rules analyst, B2B helps returning veterans train to become sports officials by providing scholarships to help train and pay for equipment. B2B is a national charity that recently began a chapter in Atlanta.  

Raffles and Auctions:

At this year’s TPSF, there will be opportunities to support the charities through Raffles and Silent Auctions. Details on what will be available and how to get involved will be updated on this page as the event gets closer!

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is Three Piece Suit Football?

Three Piece Suit Football (TPSF) is an annual charity football game played every Super Bowl Saturday in Atlanta. This exciting game features men & women engaging in full-contact tackle football while wearing three-piece suits! TPSF originated in Atlanta in 2009 and started a Boston Chapter in 2014 (click here for full TPSF history). Our annual game has grown into a festival, and for the fifth year in a row will be held at the athletic field of the Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark, along Atlanta’s popular BeltLine urban trail!

The charity festival will feature food trucks, cocktails, local beer, face painting for kids, live music, and a Frisbee dog halftime show! Of course, the centerpiece of the fun-for-all-ages festival is a picture-worthy game of tackle football being played by men and women in classy, colorful, and often flamboyant three-piece suits! This spectator-friendly event makes for a great afternoon in the park!

Support for Pets For Vets and Battlefields To Ballfields is raised during the festival through alcoholic beverage sales, donations, and other raffles/drawings!

So bring your friends and family out, stop by the food trucks & beer tents, and enjoy an afternoon of hard-hitting tailored football to support two worthy causes!

Are Tickets required for entry to the event?

No! This is a FREE ADMISSION event to watch the football game! However, you can purchase VIP Access to enhance your festival experience.

VIP Ticket Purchase Link COMING SOON!

VIP tickets are available which include several great perks! Limited number of VIP tickets will be available, so purchase yours when they become available!

Where is the event located?

Three Piece Suit Football will take place at the Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark athletic field, on the BeltLine. For more information on LOCATION/DIRECTIONS – CLICK HERE.

Wait, so can I actually PLAY in the Football Game?

Unfortunately, our player slots are currently full. To be eligible to play in a TPSF game, our players have contributed throughout the year to support our mission by participating in our other charity events and donating their time to support our causes. If you’d like to learn how to get involved for future events/games, please fill out our contact form and we’ll let you know how to get involved. So for now, just come out, relax, & enjoy the watching the dapper game!

Do I have to wear a three-piece suit if I’m just coming to watch?

We get that question a lot, and the answer is no. We love seeing our fans dressed to the nines, but it’s not a requirement at all! Wear whatever suits you best (see what we did there?) and allows you to have a great time. We’ll have plenty of TPSF merchandise available for purchase at the event, so be sure to stop by our merchandise tent to get a t-shirt, hoodie, beanie, or hat!

How can I participate in supporting the charities?

We have several ways to support Pets For Vets and Battlefields To Ballfields during Three Piece Suit Football, including:

  1. We will be selling raffle tickets online leading up to the event, and in-person during the event. Prizes and Details TBA.
  2. Stop by the Pets For Vets or Battlefields To Ballfields tents, learn a little more about the work they do, and make a donation directly to the organization.
  3. Proceeds from the purchase of alcoholic beverages at the event will go to support the charities. All beer, wine, and cocktail information TBA.

Are Families and Pets Permitted?

All ages welcome. Pets are allowed but must remain on a leash at all times at the event. And please be sure to clean up after your pet!

Is the event wheelchair accessible?

Yes, entry to the event is ADA accessible. Please be aware that the entire event site is on grass in a City park green space.

Should I bring cash? Are there ATMs on site?

TPSF merchandise sales can be made with cash or credit card. Some vendors may be cash only, however. Cash is always good to bring for easy donations to the charity, but yes – there will be ATMs on site.

What’s available for fans at TPSF?

  • Three Piece Suit Football and PFV merchandise
  • Beer and cocktails
  • Food Trucks (non-alcoholic beverages available)
  • MC entertainment during the game
  • Live Music performed by local artists
  • Frisbee Dog Halftime Show performed by the Greater Atlanta Dog and Disc Club
  • Face Painting for kids
  • Lost & found service

What should/can I bring to the event?

  • Blankets
  • Collapsible chairs; Tailgating Chairs
  • Cameras
  • Pets on leash
  • Cash donations to support the charity

What am I not allowed to bring in?

  • Drugs
  • Outside Beverages
  • Weapons
  • Fireworks
  • Glass

May I leave and come back?

Feel free to come and go as you please! But you don’t want to miss all the action!