SFL Communications

January 7, 2020

The Simulation Football League is proud to announce its new partnership with 97 Sports Promotions, the official mini helmet provider of the league and its member teams.

“We’re excited to add mini helmets to our line of league merchandise,” said Commissioner Cameron Irvine. “Mini helmets are a great addition to an office, a man cave or a workplace and make great gifts for all occasions. We look forward to advancing the fandom of our teams through this partnership.”

97 Sports Promotions is owned and operated by Doug Carter, who resides in Maryville, Tennessee. He’s expanded his business from middle and high schools in Tennessee to middle schools, high schools, colleges and businesses in 27 states.

“Since 2005, we have been making custom replica mini helmets for middle schools, high schools, colleges and businesses,” Carter said. “We are also licensed NFL and NCAA resellers. 2020 has been an incredible year, our biggest yet, and we continue to grow and expand. We are very excited to partner with the SFL this year to provide exact replica mini helmets of all the teams in the league. We see the passion the SFL has for their teams, and it is much like the passion we have for our helmets. We look forward to a long and growing partnership.”

A special thanks to Baltimore team owner Tim Johnston for helping to make this possible in time for the SFL’s 2021 seasons.

SFL helmets are available now through 97 Sports Promotions website here. More colors are available upon request or added after three sales of the original. Like 97 Sports Promotions on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/97sportspromotions on Twitter @97_sports and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/97sportspromotions/.

The Simulation Football League’s 16th season gets underway Saturday January 23 with the Baltimore Vultures raising their first Championship banner against the Arizona Scorpions.