A football team for adult football gamers who are aiming to get back in the video game is presently looking for ways to make Monroe its home base.
” We will be practicing at Earl ONeal Sports Complex in Conyers but we are currently in talks with some various locations to play in Monroe for our home video games,” stated Nate Stephens, head coach and co-founder of the developmental football group, North Georgia Gladiators. “The organization was established in 2009 by myself and my brother, Matt Dyer. We were fortunate enough to win the Deep South Football League Championship in 2010. We have competed for numerous others ever since. The Gladiators have an overall record of 51-28 throughout that span. We have completed several seasons ranked in the Top 25 Nationally.”
Stephens stated the group transferred to Monroe after being based in Gainesville/Cumming for seven years.
” We pride ourselves on being a 2nd possibility organization. What that suggests is that we construct our lineup with lots of gamers that have played college football and rinsed for one reason or another. For many years, we have successfully assisted more than 15 players to earn chances to return to college and play football,” Stephens stated. “Also, we have assisted much more go on to play professionally overseas in European leagues. We contend in the National Developmental Football League, currently.”
Inning accordance with the NDFL, the North Georgia Gladiators, is ranked 3rd for the 2016 season with two wins, and four loses. Stephens stated that at the minute the group remains in the procedure of holding tryouts for the upcoming season. Tryouts will be at the Earl ONeal Sports Complex in Conyers. These are prepared for Saturday, Oct. 15, beginning at 10 a.m.
“These tryouts are open to anybody wanting to play football. Those interested in playing need to bring cleats and wear royal blue shirts and black shorts or sweats,” Stephens stated, adding there are likewise openings for three or four coaches.
There is a $25 registration cost. To learn more, players can call Nate Stephens at 470-258-8675, Coach John Payne at 770-540-7618 or Coach Don Scarbrough at 706-474-9292.