American Football Day - November 5
Sun, Nov 5, 2023

American Football Day

American Football Day is an annual holiday dedicated to American football, celebrated every year on November 5. This date was chosen as it is the middle of the season, so it is the perfect time to watch the matches of your favorite team and celebrate.


American Football Day is also known as the unofficial Super Bowl. Though banks are not closed on this day, more than 70% of Americans take part in the events in the standings, support a particular team or player, making American football the most popular sport in America. It is the dynamism of the game that keeps the audience in suspense and makes viewers place bets and not miss a single game.

Interesting facts

  • American football is a complex is more than just a slightly cruel, barbaric and even ingenuous game. Preparing for each game requires strategy and thinking through actions for each player.
  • American Football Brings People Together – Locals point out that American Football Day is a holiday in America that brings people together. This sport makes people forget about disagreements, and the Super Bowl is a national event.
  • American football is a game that teaches teamwork. Everyone’s effort is required to achieve a result, as one star player is not able to stretch the whole team.

How to take part

If you are young, energetic, and love team games, join a local league. Many teams accept players who are not distinguished by their relief muscles. You can also start a football pool with your colleagues to test their expertise in American football. Lastly, organize a match with friends to watch the match, and take care of drinks and snacks.

When is American Football Day celebrated in 2023?

American Football Day is observed on November 5 each year.


Weekday Month Day Year
Sunday November 5 2023
Tuesday November 5 2024
Wednesday November 5 2025
Thursday November 5 2026