The Foundation

The Foundation was established by the AFCA in 1998 to fund its education mission. Contributions generated by The Foundation will ensure that the coaching community will continue to have the finest possible professional development and educational tools now and in the future. These tools will be accessible and affordable to coaches from high schools, colleges, and universities - small and large, rich and poor, big city or small town, and everything in-between.


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2014 AFCF CEO Coach of the Year Winner is
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

The Waldorf=Astoria Hotel
New York, New York

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2014 Sponsorship Opportunities NOW Available!

2014 CEO Coach of the Year Gallery

2014 Texas Power of Influence Golf Outing
Monday, June 9, 2014
TPC Craig Ranch - McKinney, Texas

Check out photos from the event Here!

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 2014 Randy Walker Power of Influence Golf Outing
 Monday, June 23, 2014
 The Ivanhoe Club - Ivanhoe, Illinois
You can view photos from the event Here!

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The AFCF will host a NEW Golf Outing in July!
Monday, July 21, 2014
TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm - Potomac, Maryland

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The 2014 Power of Influence Winner
Ott Hurrle, Scecina Memorial (Ind.) High School

To view the 2014 Power of Influence Nominee List

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Randy Walker Memorial Fund Check Presentation

Lasting Gift to The Walker Memorial Fund - See the presentation of golf outing funds made to the memorial.



The Plaza of Influence

Plaza of Influence Video 


The Plaza of Influence is a special place where football coaches can be honored by those whose lives they have inspired. Coaches range from the obscure to the nationally known. The common bond is their profound influence on lives touched and changed.
View all honorees.

“Coach George Smith is not only an influence on young people, but the influence is multiplied many times in the beliefs of the young people he helped mold into amazing human beings. George is an outstanding coach, but more importantly, he is an outstanding gentleman.” —Tina Jones, Principal of St. Thomas Aquinas High School