A classic battle of North v. South. The North is often represented by the Pompano Chiefs, Eagles, Stealers, Cowboys and the Deerfield Packer Rattlers, while the South is commonly represented by the Fort Lauderdale Falcons, Lauderdale Lakes Vikings, Lauderhill Broncos, Lauderhill Lions and Weston Tigers.


During the 4th All-Star Classic, after very spirited conversations with Cheer Moms, cheerleaders were introduced to the classic. Cheerleaders are chosen from the same teams as the football players and a Most Spirited Cheerleader is chosen from each squad.


The All-Star classic is played after the regular football season and playoffs. A coach from each team volunteers for this extra 2 weeks of work. The coaches who often battle each other just as fiercely as the players during the year enjoy working together at the end of each football season.


Parents play a major part of the All-Star classic. A lot of them volunteer to assist with the game. Parents also provide emotional uplift for all the players in all of the games, many of them remain and cheer on players at subsequent games.