The Cleveland Brown & Orange will soon turn Blonde & Brunette

Football in Cleveland gets a whole new look for an important cause.


June 16 at 2:00 p.m.

Cleveland State University’s Krenzler Field

This football town is about to change its colors…at least for one day.  Blondes
vs. Brunettes, a flag football game for women, is coming to Cleveland Saturday,
June 16 to support the Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter. 
The public is invited to help in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease by
coming out to cheer on their favorite team – blonde or brunette!

This fundraising event has been highly successful in other major cities such as
Washington DC, Chicago and New York, raising more than $1.5 million for the
Alzheimer’s Association nationally. A dedicated group of up and coming young
professionals is now bringing the fun to Cleveland!

Hosted by Cleveland State University on Krenzler Field June 16, the big game will
feature two teams, divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between Blondes and
Brunettes.  Red heads and everyone in between are free agents and get to
choose their team.  While the player’s roster is ladies only, men are also
involved in the coaching and cheering department. 


How to get Tickets

  • Your $20 donation to the Alzheimer’s Association will get you in to the game. 
  • Donate online at www.bvbcle.org  (or call 216.231.1466)
  • Following your donation, your name will be on the guest list for the big game!

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