Pre-Order FNF Texas 2017
The 2017 edition of the FNF magazine series will be 100 percent dedicated to high school football in Texas.
More than 180,000 copies of the magazine series will be distributed to newsstands in six states via major retailers including Walmart, Walgreen, CVS and major regional grocers. However, if you’d like to receive your copy before it hits newsstands, preorder now.
As part of an “Amazing Stories” theme, FNF’s cover section will take readers behind the scenes to discover people – like coaches, fans, team moms, referees, concessions workers, public-address announcers and athletic directors – who make high school football so great.
FNF magazine will cover every varsity program in each state.
We are excited to be publishing another year of FNF magazines. As you may know, we have added FNF Ohio to the mix this year. The response from coaches, players and fans in Ohio has been nothing short of incredible so far. We are also appreciative of all fans in Florida, Georgia, Texas and the […]
Planning for the 2017 season preview edition is in full swing! Varsity head coaches at all schools should now complete our online survey in order to provide FNF with the most accurate and detailed information regarding the 2017 season. The best way to provide your team with the best coverage is to complete our online […]
Staff Report Pregame meals, snack bags, fundraising, marketing through social media, get-well cards for injured players, in-team communication – these are just some of the ways in which the White Oak (TX) Football Moms’ Club supports the Roughnecks. For all of the giving the White Oak Football Moms’ Club does for their Roughnecks, it’s only appropriate […]
Home / Custom Publishing / Three Schools Honored for Custom Cover Project Success Three Schools Honored for Custom Cover Project Success The FNF Magazine Custom Cover Project is the gift that keeps on giving for three schools. FNF Magazine has recognized San Diego (TX), Highland Park (TX) and Edna (TX)for excellence in participation in the annual Custom Cover Project. All three schools were featured […]
By Dan Guttenplan, FNF Managing Editor The Huffman-Hargrave (TX) football team cashed in on its winning prize for the 2016 Pollo Tropical Sweepstakes Sept. 21 when it had the local restaurant chain cater a luncheon for 50 students, some of which included “at-risk” third- and fourth-graders from Copeland Elementary. Many of the Huffman football players participate […]
The digital edition of The Old Coach Friday Night Football Texas Magazine is now available at http://www.fuelmag-digital.com/fuelmag/fnf_tx_2016/. The Old Coach Friday Night Football Texas, or The Old Coach FNF Texas, is produced annually by The Old Coach, who published TheOldCoach.com with Scout, a digital media network, and A.E. Engine, a publisher that produces similar high school […]
We are in the final stages of planning for the launch of FNF Ohio magazine for 2017. Before we decide to move forward, we want to know what you think about our plans for next year. FNF Ohio magazine will be 100 percent dedicated to Ohio high school football and will including a team preview […]
We are planning for the January 2017 launch of our 10-editions-per-year magazine titled FNF Coaches, and we are looking for coaches who want to be published. In each edition, we will include an extensive “X’s and O’s” section of the magazine in which coaches share their knowledge and expertise with other coaches. We are looking […]
FNF magazine will venture into new regions in the future, and we want to hear from the coaches, players and fans to determine which areas are home to the most passionate fans. The magazine is 100 percent dedicated to high school football, so we rely on coaches to share information about their programs, facilitate interviews […]
All five publications of FNF Magazine are available for purchase online at http://fnfmagazine.com/products-page/ Here are some details regarding shipping options available: Standard Mail is shipped Printed Bound Matter, which can take 5-7 business days once the mail is picked up the by Post Office. Priority Mail takes 2-4 days once the mail is picked up by […]