The History of Football Sunday


Football Sunday 2018

Format: 28- and 12-minute main videos
Featuring: Matt Forte, Carson Wentz, and Demario Davis
Hosted By: James Brown, CBS Sports Anchor

Highlights:
  • Shown by thousands of churches across the nation
  • Football Sunday appeared on the Hillsong channel

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Football Sunday 2017

Format: 28- and 12-minute main videos, three five-minute videos, three-week teaching series
Featuring: Anquan Boldin, Brandon & Michi Marshall, D’Brickashaw & Kirsten Ferguson, Matthew Slater, Devin McCourty, Nate Solder
Hosted By: Benjamin Watson & Kristen Watson with narration by James Brown of CBS
Audience Reached: 3,217 churches; Hillsong Channel distribution

Highlights:
  • According to pastor surveys, more than 15,000 people came to Christ
  • Football Sunday appeared on the Hillsong Channel 30 minutes before gametime

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Football Sunday 2016

Format: 28- and 12-minute main videos, three-week teaching series
Featuring: Trent Dilfer, Drew Brees, Thomas Davis Sr., DeMarcus Ware, Charles Tillman
Hosted By: Trent Dilfer and Miles McPherson
Audience Reached: 3,008 churches; 1.323 million people viewed

Highlights:
  • According to pastor surveys, more than 5,000 people came to Christ
  • We discovered Super Bowl Sunday had become the third largest church attendance day for churches participating in Football Sunday

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Football Sunday 2015

Format: 28-minute sermon replacement video
Featuring: Brandon Marshall, Matt Hasselbeck, Russell Wilson, Russell O’Kung, Matthew Slater, Nate Solder
Hosted By: Trent Dilfer Audience Reached: 1,400 churches; 616,000 people viewed

Highlights:
  • Our goal was to have 250 churches show the video, but to our surprise we reached more than 1,400!
  • 98% of churches said they would participate in 2016

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