JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– The Jacksonville Jaguars are inviting football fans to celebrate the NFL's 100th anniversary and the Jaguars 25th season on Saturday, Oct. 12 at the "For the Love of Football Fan Fest" powered by Miller Electric. The free-to-attend, family festival will be at Daily's Place from 1 – 7:30 p.m. Online registration is now open at www.jaguars.com/fanfest.
Fan Fest will feature cornhole, inflatables, face paint, photo opportunities and appearances by Jaguars Legends, Jaxson De Ville and the D-Line. In addition, THE ROAR will conduct a free cheer clinic from 2 – 3 p.m. A special 25th Season Giveaway highlights the occasion, when 25 special items will be distributed throughout the day, including two tickets to Super Bowl LIV. Fans are invited to watch college football games live in the amphitheater at Daily's Place throughout the afternoon.
As a special treat for some lucky up-and-coming football players, Fan Fest will also welcome six local Pop Warner teams from around Northeast Florida who will play their Saturday game inside the Dream Finder's Homes Flex Field at Daily's Place. The participating Pop Warner teams have been preselected by Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. and will receive a surprise invitation to Fan Fest next week. Each of the three games throughout the day will feature the hallmarks of an NFL game including team introductions, play-by-play commentary and video board highlights.
"For the Love of Football Fan Fest" powered by Miller Electric is just one part of the Jaguars NFL100 Fantennial Weekend celebration. The team will recognize all Jaguars Legends at the Jaguars versus Saints game at TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, Oct. 13. A pregame recognition of the Jaguars' 1995 inaugural team and a special halftime introduction of the Jaguars All-25 will commemorate 25 seasons of Jaguars football. In addition, members of the Englewood High School football program, who recently received a surprise $100,000 locker room renovation on behalf of the Jaguars Foundation and community partners, will be on the sidelines for pregame ceremonies.