Stampede Reset Player Tryout For Sunday

by NGL Personnel

ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI-  Due to inclement weather that quickly moved upon the St. Louis and St. Charles area the St. Louis Stampede had to postpone this past Saturday's player tryouts. That player tryout has now been reset for Sunday, January 20th at the Stampede's home venue The Family Arena. Players pre-registered for this past Saturday player tryout are been pre-registered for Sunday's event; pre-registered players may also attend Saturday's Georgia Wildcats player tryout.  

With the hire of veteran indoor coach Pat Pimmel as Head Football Coach the St. Louis Stampede are pleased to announce the franchise's first player tryouts will take place January 20th at The Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri. 

The tryout will provide free agent players an opportunity to display their athletic talents in front of Stampede staff and personnel to gain a 2019 training camp contract. Players are encouraged to arrive early with all necessary gear and fluids. The Stampede are building one of the league most talented and diverse rosters as they prepare for the season. 

When: Sunday, January 20th, 2019

Time: 7:00 am - 11:00 am  (Registration begins at 6:00 am)

Location: The Family Arena | 2002 Arena Parkway | St. Charles, MO 63303

Cost: $60.00 (Early Registration ends 01/10) $100.00 (At the Gate)

Who: Recent college football graduates, semi-pro football players, and professional indoor/arena football players. 

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What To Expect:


Athletes check-in upon arrival to event.


Each athlete will be encouraged to get outfitted in their best athletic performance gear. 


Athletes get their official league head-shot taken.


Official height and weight measured and recorded.


After a proper, supervised “dynamic warm-up,” participants will have the option to test in the 40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle, vertical jump and kneeling power ball toss. NGL staff will then work participants through specific drills designed to improve athletic ability, speed and explosiveness. Here, athletes have the opportunity to tap into the secrets of proper workouts that have helped players make it to the NFL, including cone and ladder drills. This period educates participants on how to improve football-specific speed, agility and quickness movements, and also how to train specifically for the needs and requirements of their individual positions.


Participants are separated into position groups (QBs, RBs, WRs, OLs, DLs, LBs and DBs) to work individually on football skills and techniques with league position coaches with college and NFL experience.


Each NGL Regional Tryout concludes with one-on-one passing and linemen drills, which maybe the highlight of the workout. 

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