Welcome to NEIFL Experience!

New England Indoor Football League:

The New England Indoor Football League was designed to help High School Football players to improve on skills to prepare for football at higher levels.

The NEIFL is a full contact 8 vs 8 league that stresses team play and sportsmanship. Each game is played on a 50 yard football field and is staffed by professional and certified referees, field officials and medical professionals. We look to provide a competitive but safe environment for our players.


Many college and High School coaches use the league as a recruiting tool and have endorsed the league as a way to see players in the off season. They believe that play in the league improves skills that helps players prepare for football at higher levels.

The NEIFL season begins on January 8 and ends March 19. All games are played on Saturday evenings starting at 5PM at the NH Sportsplex in Bedford. Each game runs between 60 and 90 minutes. The NEIFL started a Jr. High program in 2005 that has helped young athletes prepare for High School football. The Jr. High program helps transition the youth player to the high school level. Our overall goal is to improve football skills, develop a sense of team play, good sportsmanship and most of all a fun and exciting environment


NEIFL is now accepting early registration for the 2012 season, due to overwhelming interest in our league the demand for teams has never been higher.

Contact Tony DiSessa at tonyd@comcast.net for more information. Secure your spot NOW!!

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