The National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings are bringing together the 366 high school football teams across the state with a campaign called One Team.
The Vikings collaborated with the Minnesota State High School League and the Minnesota Football Coaches Association to create a helmet sticker that can be worn by http://nfl.comfootball players, at every level, throughout the state. The logo features an outline of the state of Minnesota, the “One Team” slogan and the laces of a football that connect the two.
“As the 2021 football season prepares to kick off for Minnesota high schools, colleges and the NFL, the difficulties of the 2020 season makes players, coaches, parents and fans appreciative of a normal return to the field. As a way to commemorate how far we have come as a community, the Minnesota State High School League, Minnesota Football Coaches Association and the Minnesota Vikings collaborated to create a helmet sticker that can be worn by football players, at every level, throughout the state.”Minnesota Vikings news release
“One Team” decals have been sent to every high school team in the state as well as the state’s 32 college teams.
The Vikings will wear the helmet decals in their August 14 preseason game against the Denver at U.S. Bank Stadium. Lapel pins for coaches and staff have also been distributed.
Teams are invited to share photos and other content displaying their involvement in the “One Team” program throughout the year by using the hashtag #OneTeamMN on all personal and team social media platforms.
Teams that use this hashtag #OneTeamMN will be randomly selected throughout the season to receive a contribution from the Vikings to the school’s football program.