More Than Just A Game


March 25, 2024


The North Dakota Shrine Bowl All-Star Game was created in 1974 with three primary goals. The first goal is to honor high school athletes who have excelled on the football field, but also display the qualities of a young man with high character. The second is to promote awareness and raise funds for Shriners Children’s. There are currently over 350 children throughout North Dakota and western Minnesota who are active patients at our hospitals. Shriners Children’s are committed to providing the best care for children in our specialty areas of Orthopedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injury, and Craniofacial conditions, regardless of a family’s ability to pay. The third is to inform the public about our charitable organization to reach more children that we may be able to help.

The 50th Anniversary North Dakota Shrine Bowl will be played at Jerome Berg Field on the campus of Mayville State University on Saturday, June 22nd, with the 9-man game kicking off at 4pm and the 11-man game to follow at 7pm.

All events for the North Dakota Shrine Bowl will be held on the campus of Mayville State University. Camp week commences with player check-in on Tuesday June 18th, followed by Shriners Patient Ambassador Day, scheduled for Thursday June 20th from Noon-3pm, and finally the Awards Banquet and both all-star games on Saturday June 22nd. Congratulations to the players selected to participate in the 50th Anniversary of the North Dakota Shrine Bowl!



Jason Kaufman | Chairman
Ph. (812) 240-4826
North Dakota Shrine Bowl