Founded in 1967, the National Football League Alumni Association is the most well-known and well-respected retired player organization. A non-profit organization comprised mainly of retired National Football League players, coaches, professionals, cheerleaders, spouse and associate members. The focus of NFL Alumni is to serve, assist, and inform players in their post-NFL lives. The Association offers a variety of medical, financial, educational, and social programs to keep members and their families healthy, productive and connected.Our History
Join the NFL Alumni Association for a time of family, fun, food and football at the Parq Restaurant and Nightclub. In its 3rd year, this...Read More
You are invited to participate in the Inaugural Super Bowl Golf Classic. This event will take place from January 31st through February 1st, 2019 at...Read More
NFL Alumni Association provides you and your family with valuable resources, connects you with fellow NFL Alumni, and creates opportunities for you to help your community.Read More
"The best part of the NFL Alumni is the opportunity to stay connected to former players and friends with an ability to give back to your local community. It also provides a venue to help our own with programs and resources that are available to former players."
"The best benefit of joining the NFL Alumni is the camaraderie. Being able to work and play and enjoy the association, it's like one big family. Your able to get together, reconnect, support one another and make a difference in the community."
"I joined the NFL Alumni to help my fellow players create new and lasting relationships, inspire young lives to ensure a positive future and to reconnect with old friends that shared a positive experiences in life."
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Former players have access to a variety of programs and resources to help in your post NFL life.Learn More
Whether you played football or worked to make our game possible, you can join our elite membership as a Player, Spouse, Professional, Associate or Cheerleader.Sign Up