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Improve nutrition and physical activity at your school
with Fuel Up to Play 60!

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JOIN THE COMMUNITY

Join online and Fuel Up to Play 60 will help you bring the program to your school with trusted tools, resources and step-by-step guides.

MAKE HEALTHY CHANGES

Work together with adults and students in your school to implement healthy initiatives, called “Plays,” in your school. Boost your efforts with funding opportunities.

CELEBRATE YOUR SUCCESS

Share your experience with the Fuel Up to Play 60 community. Get rewarded with recognition, prizes from the NFL and the positive impact you made in your school!

About the Program

Why Fuel Up to Play 60?

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16 million

Students being more active

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13 million

Students eating healthier

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130 thousand

Adults enrolled and empowering youth to lead the program

WHO IS FUELING UP BY YOU?

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Fuel Up to Play 60 school near you!

See what students are saying about fueling change in their communities.

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What's Happening

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Meet Sophie, the 2017 NFL Play 60 Super Kid

Congratulations to our Student Ambassador, Sophie, a 7th grader from Olathe, Kansas on being selected as the winner of this year’s NFL Play 60 Super Bowl Contest Presented by Danimals.

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#MyCauseMyCleats

Dallas Cowboy, Barry Church, proudly supporting FUTP 60 for NFL #MyCauseMyCleats campaign

Dallas Cowboys strong safety and FUTP 60 Player Ambassador Barry Church is showcasing Fuel Up to Play 60 as his cause for the NFL #MyCauseMyCleats campaign. Barry is sporting custom made, FUTP 60-branded cleats for the 12/1 game against the Minnesota Vikings.

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Hometown Grants

The NFL, Singer-Songwriter Jordin Sparks, and the National Foundation for Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Help Schools Fuel Greatness with Hometown Grants

This fall, the NFL, through Fuel Up to Play 60, provided $10,000 per NFL Club team in grant money to help school districts or individual schools improve their nutrition and physical activity initiatives

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