The players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta huddled up at Blake’s for their annual Super Bowl watch party on Sunday.
The event also served as an informal kickoff to the NFFLA’s spring season, which starts Feb. 17.
The league held its official fall season kickoff at Blake’s in September, played hard throughout the season at Atlanta Silverbacks Park and went into overtime at Woofs.
Friends on Ponce also hosted a Super Bowl watch party, complete with a chili cookoff for good measure!
Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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