The Chicago Police Football Team the “Enforcers” are entering their 10th season in the National Public Safety Football League, which is made up of twenty teams from all over the country. Head coach Greg Zaragoza welcomes several new and exciting players to the team. The Enforcers are made up primarily of sworn members of the Chicago Police Department, but also include players from the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, as well as other local agencies. The Chicago Police Enforcers are a recognized 501c3 organization and, over the course of nine seasons, have raised approximately $100,000 for various local charities. The NPSFL plays full contact football following NCAA rules.
The Enforcers’ season kicks-off Saturday, March 21st in San Diego and then continues in Cleveland on April 11th. The highlight of the season will be May 16th when the Enforcers take on the LAPD Centurions in a battle of two of the largest and proudest police departments in the country. The Enforcers will also host the Columbus Marauders in their annual Gold Star Game on Saturday May 2nd. The Gold Star Game commemorates and honors members of the Chicago Police Department who made the ultimate sacrifice. The Enforcers are coming off a successful 3-2 campaign in 2014 and are looking forward to making a run at another National Championship.