Indiana Football Hall of Fame - includes items from Indiana's prestigious football history, running the gamut from the early twenties to the present.

Lamar Lundy - one of the famous Los Angles Ram's "Fearsome Foursome" of the 1960's was a Richmond native and past president of the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.

Weeb Eubank - a 1924 Richmond High School graduate, he will forever be remembered as the only coach to win championships in the American Football League and the National Football League.

Youth Programs

Flag Football League - Kindergarten though 6th Grade, sponsored by the YMCA, call for current information.

Hub Etchison Youth Football League - provides a quality tackle football program for area youth. They have 3 age groups: 2nd and 3rd grade, 4th and 5th grade, and 6th and 7th grade. To learn more, contact Bridget Hazelbaker

Teams: Local

High School


Teams: Indiana and the Midwest




Sports Illustrated Football

ESPN College Football

High School

Friday Football Frenzy - by WRTV

Indiana High School Football - by John Harrell

Indiana High School Football - by MaxPreps

The GridIron Digest

Operation Football - by WTHR


National Football Foundation

Pro Football Hall of Fame  - Canton, Ohio

Indiana High School Football

Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA)

IHSAA Boys Football

Indiana Football Coaches Association


Football Rulebook - by, includes digest of rules, beginners guide to football, NFL Official's signals and football basics.

The Grassroots of Football - history, rules and equipment description, scoring info.

Indiana Football Sites - by eTeamz

North American Stadiums, by capacity

PointMe.To - Football

Stadiums by Munsey


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John Finley, Richmond, Indiana mayor from 1852 until his death in 1866, wrote the poem "The Hoosier's Nest", which is often cited as the first written reference to the word "Hoosier".