How to Play in the TPSF Boston 2022 Game
We are excited as we gear up for the ninth edition of Three Piece Suit Football (happening 10.15.22) and are glad that you’re interested in being a part of this unique event that supports Operation Delta Dog and other Veteran and animal charities! Although the TPSF game draws some of the same players every year, we do anticipate having some Player Roster Spots available. To that end, we are actively recruiting men and women, ages 18+, all skill levels to participate in the next game at the Three Piece Suit Football Charity Event. To be clear, the annual game is tackle football without pads, and things can get hard-hitting.
Potential players need to be aware of the requirements for TPSF players, so that if your number is called you are ready to join. As well, we have established a Player COVID-19 Policy (shown below) to create as safe an environment as possible for the players. Please read our policy below before making a decision.
If I am offered a Roster Spot, what are the Player Requirements?
There are four things that are required of all TPSF players once they have been offered a spot in the game:
- Pay $40 Player Registration fee
- Sell at least ten (10) Charity Raffle tickets in advance of the game (by directing friends, family, and followers to purchase online on your behalf)
- Sign the Liability Waiver and COVID-19 Policy before participation in the football game
SIGN UP ON THE FORM BELOW THE COVID-19 POLICY AND WE WILL CONTACT YOU ABOUT NEXT STEPS!
Three Piece Suit Football – Player COVID-19 Policy
Because of the ever changing environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic; and in an effort to create as safe an environment as possible for the football players participating in the 2022 Three Piece Suit Football Boston Charity Festival game, TPSF will establish a COVID-19 Player Policy within the upcoming month to be in accordance with current CDC guidelines. The policy may be updated if new data becomes available or if the CDC recommendations are updated. For more information, visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/