High School FootballHigh School Football is one of the most popular American sports. With millions of fans across the country, high school football brings in billions of revenue for schools and game-day experiences for the students involved. The season usually runs through fall and into early winter, with playoff games extending the season even further. High school football teams in the United States are most frequently organized by state divisions or conferences. The most popular teams come from major states, such as Texas, Georgia, Alabama and California. Popular current players include LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, USC’s Adoree’ Jackson and Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliot. Each season is composed of regular season and playoff games leading up to a championship game. The regular season usually runs from September until November, followed by the playoffs, which extend the season into December and, in some cases, January. Regional playoffs, which narrow down the championship contenders, take place after the regular season, and the championship game is the final game of the season. High school football has a rich and storied history, with the first recorded game taking place in 1884. Over the years, some of the most known and celebrated high school football players have gone on to have iconic college and NFL careers. Jim Brown, Steve Young and Reggie White are just a few of the biggest names to graduate from the high school football ranks. No matter the gender differences, demographics or other disparities between schools, high school football unifies thousands of students around a common goal – winning a state championship. The season is full of nail-biting action, unpredictable moments and unforgettable memories. For its fans, high school football is a powerful force that drives loyalty, pride and school spirit.