Battle Orlando featuring High School 7v7 and Top US Athletes


Battle Orlando featuring High School 7v7 and Top US Athletes

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Battle Orlando may be 2017’s premiere nationally televised High School 7v7 tournament & here’s why it’s a MUST GO for any student athlete looking to get recruited!


  1. Elite National Competition

The biggest problem any student athlete looking to get recruited faces from a college scouts prospective is being evaluated based on assumption. College scouts have to evaluate a player’s performance at 7v7 tournaments and essentially guestimate how that player would POTENTIALLY match up against other top athletes from around the country. It’s often rare when players from multiple regions get to play other athletes from the other end of the country.

Battle Orlando looks like that’s going to change that problem. This is one of the earliest chances parents, coaches, & student athletes will have to showcase their talent for the 2017 year. Teams should expect to see teams from, California, Florida, New York, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Nevada, Tennessee & Virginia. So if you are a team from a small market state such as North Dakota, Vermont, Maine, Idaho, or Colorado for example, Battle Orlando is the greatest opportunity for student athletes to take on some of the best competition in the country.


  1. Exposure to MAJOR college football programs

With any heavily competitive 7v7 tournament you can easily expect some of the top college football programs in the country will have their eyes open and clipboards handy. We have teamed up with numerous media partners to make sure Battle Orlando gets the correct press & publicity needed for an event of this magnitude.


  1. Nationally Televised coverage

Piggy backing off of the media coverage in section #2 of this article, our strategic TV partner for this event will have your student athletes broadcast across the entire country. HSPN has been a long standing force in High School athletics for the last decade. Their staff is comprised of former & current NFL players & HSPN is linked to some of the biggest college football programs in the country including, The Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida State Seminoles, Miami Hurricanes, Cal Golden Bears, Oregon Ducks, Florida Gators, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Ohio State Buckeyes, Arkansas Razorbacks, Georgia Bulldogs, Auburn Tigers, & many more.


  1. Media Day

Battle Orlando looks to deliver an experience unlike any other provided for a High School 7v7 Tournament. Media Day at Universal Studios Orlando will provide players with the unique opportunity to participate in a pre-tournament press conference with members of the media to discuss the upcoming tournament


  1. The Most Fun Tournament Outside of Football All Summer!

Unlike 90% of the 7v7 tournaments you will play in this year that will feature playing at a local high school, Battle Orlando has an entirely different genetic makeup from start to finish! Battle Orlando’s event grounds will be populated by some of the biggest household brand names in the world such as, EA Sports, Dicks Sporting Goods,, NBC Universal, Universal Studios, Body Armor Sports Drinks, Rock Solid Head Gear, NERF, & KT Tape. Student athletes, parents & spectators will be able to enjoy free samples of food & beverages as well as participate in custom event activations such as NERF’s 50×50 inflatable battle arena or compete against other tournament goers in on site games of Madden & Battlefield.


Outside of the event itself players & their families will be able to enjoy up to 60% off theme park tickets to enjoy attractions like the Transformers, Harry Potter, Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk, & The Simpsons.

You can register your 7v7 team here! Its only $50.00 to register your team!

Travis Burnett

A veteran flag football player and creator of, Travis helped found the Flag Football World Championship Tour as a way to help revitalize and continue growing the sport, work to incorporate more sponsors and bring bigger and better events to the players and fans across the world.