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FALL 2020

ABOUT

Started in 2004, the Congressional Football Game was first organized to honor and support the men and women of the U.S. Capitol Police and to support the families of fallen officers.

The biennial showdown features Members of Congress and former NFL players facing off against U.S. Capitol Police. The game is a family-friendly event that includes entertainment and spirited competition on the field, while bringing together Congressional and law enforcement communities in support of worthy causes.

BENEFITING

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The Capitol Police Memorial Fund

Providing assistance to the families of fallen officers or those injured in the line of duty.

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Our Military Kids

Providing grants to children of deployed National Guard and Reserve personnel as well as to children of severely injured Service Members to cover the costs for enrichment activities and tutoring.

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A Advantage 4 Kids

A nonprofit organization created to aid individuals and families in need.

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HISTORY

In 1998, two United States Capitol Police officers, Officer Jacob “JJ” Chestnut and Detective John Gibson, gave their lives to protect Members of Congress, Congressional staff, and visitors in the nation’s Capitol.

Congressman Rick Renzi from Arizona led an effort to find a fitting way to recognize the two officers’ sacrifice and lend support to the families they left behind. The effort eventually gave rise to the Charity Football Game. In the years that followed, former Washington Redskins Linebacker and Pro-Bowler Ken Harvey and former Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback John Booty came on board to help coach, play, and organize the football game.

UPCOMING EVENTS

THE 11TH ANNUAL CONGRESSIONAL FOOTBALL GAME

FALL 2020

MORE EVENTS ANNOUNCED SOON

For sponsorship opportunities or more information on the game please contact Jennifer@BogartAssociates.com or Jackson@BogartAssociates.com or call 202-546-9250.

PAST EVENTS

Click a tile to see more information and photos from past events.

2018 Off-Year Reception

November 15, 2018

the 2019 game roster

2020 Roster To Be Announced

The Guards team consists of current and former of U.S. Capitol Police members.

Team captains 

Larry Bell | Jim Davis |  Ron Potter 

PARTICIPATING officers

David Bailey | Lisa Brewer | Tim Cullen | Adam DesCamp | Arren Dodson | Harry Dunn | Scott Grossi | Milton Harris | Brett Jordan | Antwan McCall | Andrew McGill | Chad Nieto | Frank Quick | John Sacks | Solomon Smith | Winston Sterling | Reggie Tyson | Irvin Washington | Brandon Watson | Travis Wells | Isaac West | Spencer Wilson

The Mean Machine consists of Members of Congress as well as former NFL players.

Team captains 

Rodney Davis (R-IL)  |  Jimmy Panetta (D-CA)

PARTICIPATING MEMBERS OF CONGRESS

Pete Aguilar (CA-D) | Collin Allred (TX-D) | Don Bacon (NE-R) | Jack Bergman (MI-R) | Rick Crawford (AR-R) | Rodney Davis (IL-R) | Nanette Diaz Barragán (CA-D) | Drew Ferguson (GA-R) | Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-R) | Chuck Fleischmann (TN-R) | Russ Fulcher (ID-R) | Mike Gallagher (WI-R) | Anthony Gonzalez (OH-R) | Katie Hill (CA-D) | Richard Hudson (NC-R) | Will Hurd (TX-R) | Dave Joyce (OH-R) | John Katko (NY-R) | Joe Kennedy III (MA-D) | Darin LaHood (IL-R) | Tom Malinowski (NJ-D) | Brian Mast (FL-R) | Markwayne Mullin (OK-R) | Steven Palazzo (MS-R) Jimmy Panetta (CA-D) | Tom Reed (NY-R) | Harley E. Rouda (CA-D) | Austin Scott (GA-R) | Ross Spano (FL-R) | Greg Steube (FL-R) | Steve Stivers (OH-R) | Williams Timmons (SC-R) | Marc Veasey (TX-D) | Mark Walker (NC-R) | Steve Watkins (KS-R) | Bruce Westerman (AR-R) | Don Young (AK-R)

PARTICIPATING nfl players

John Booty (NYJ, PHI, ARI, NYG, TB)  |  Ravin Caldwell (WAS, SF)  |  Gary Clark (WAS, ARI, MIA)  |  Ken Harvey (WAS, ARI)  |  Darnerien McCants (WAS, PHI, BAL)  |  Santana Moss (WAS, NYJ)  |  Fred Smoot (WAS, MIN)  |  Shawn Springs (SEA, WAS, NE)  |  Herschel Walker (DAL, MIN, PHI, NYG)  |  Marvin Washington (NYJ, SF, DEN)

The Coaches

Meet this year’s coaches.

Coach John Booty

John Booty is a former NFL Defensive Back. He was drafted in the 10th round, 257th pick overall in the 1988 draft. John Played eight seasons from 1988-1995 for five teams—the New Yorks Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Phoenix Cardinals, New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Coach Ken Harvey

Ken Harvey grew up in Austin, Texas. Shortly after attending U.C. Berkeley, he was selected in the first round with the 12th overall pick of the 1988 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals.

2019 Sponsors

Sponsorships are still available for the 2020 game. For questions or to become a sponsor, please contact Jennifer Bogart at 202-546-9250 or jennifer@bogartassociates.com.

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