The Ohio High School Football North South Classic will be played on Saturday, April 29th at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium. The North-South Classic is the Ohio high school football all-star game, featuring the state of Ohio's top seniors as selected by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association. First held in 1946, it is the nation's oldest-running high school football all-star game and boasts a legacy of top athletes who have participated, including Pro Football Hall of Famers Len Dawson, Roger Staubach, Jack Lambert, Alan Page, Larry Csonka, and Paul Warfield, not to mention many others who have gone on to play professionally.
Tickets are on sale now for just $10 per person. One ticket is valid for admission to both games! The Division I-III game kicks off at 12:00 PM, with the Division IV - VII game following at 4:00 PM. To purchase tickets visit the link below, click "Washington High School", then click "Athletics".
For more information on the game, including rosters and coaches visit the OHSFCA's website.
Heading to Stark County for the Ohio High School Football North-South Classic? Explore special events, places to stay, and activities the whole family will enjoy when not competing or cheering on your favorite athlete!
- Explore the Hall of Fame City and visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Refuel at a local Stark County restaurant
- Find a nearby hotel
- Get your team picture at the Canton sign located in Centennial Plaza
Plus, enjoy special deals and offers with the VIP Visitor Savings Pass. Get the mobile pass delivered to your phone for deals at local attractions, restaurants, shopping and more!