Minnesota Football Showcase postponed to 2021


The Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA) has announced that the 2020 Minnesota Football Showcase (48 th Annual MFCA All-Star Football Game), scheduled for December 5, has been postponed to June 2021. The exact date and game location will be announced at a later date.

The Minnesota Football Showcase is sponsored by the Minnesota Vikings and the Minnesota Football Coaches Association (MFCA).

The MFCA made the decision to postpone the All-Star Game due to public health concerns associated with COVID-19. The health and safety of the All-Star players, coaches, officials, game management personnel and spectators led to the postponement decision.

The 48 th Annual All-Star Football Game will feature outstanding senior players from the 2020 Minnesota high school football season (class of 2021 student athletes).

Last Year


In the 2019 game, the South All-Stars defeated the North All-Stars 13-3 on December 7, 2019 at U.S. Bank Stadium. The South All-Stars lead the current North-South series 8-2. The South also leads the overall North-South series 16-10-1 after 27 games.

All-Star Game History

The Minnesota Football Coaches Association is proud of this game and its history. The first All-Star Football Game was played in 1945. The All-Star Game has been an annual event since 1974.

Through the years, over 4,600 players and 489 coaches have participated in this game. A total of 95 participants from the All-Star Football Game have played or coached in the National Football League, including current Minnesota Vikings players Adam Thielen (2008) and CJ Ham (2011).

Questions may be directed to Game Director Dave Fritze at 651-230-1007. Game history questions may be directed to Dave Giles at or 651-274-9359.

Visit the MFCA All-Star Football website at .

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