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This is the homepage of the Bloomfield Football Booster Club.  The Bloomfield Football Booster Club is committed to supporting the establishment of a school sponsored football team in the town of Bloomfield, Indiana.  Once a team is established, the Bloomfield Football Booster Club is committed to continuing to provide the team with financial and moral support.  The booster club will work to provide all resources necessary for the success of the team and will continue to provide support to players, coaches, and other members of the athletic staff. 

Please take a moment to learn about the history of football in Bloomfield or learn about our upcoming events.  We welcome new members who are committed to assisting with the pursuit of our goals.  Select the Membership tab to learn more about becoming a member of the booster club.  We also welcome donors who wish to contribute to the success of a Bloomfield football team.  The Bloomfield Football Booster Club is an IRS recognized 501c3 non-profit organization.  All contributions to the booster club may be fully tax deductible depending on your individual tax situation.


The 2014 season is underway!  

Registration for the 2015 season will take place in the spring and practices will begin in July.

Greene County Sports News

  • LITTLE CINCINNATI -- It was a game of two rallies. Bloomfield led host Eastern 10-5 heading into the bottom of the seventh Thursday evening. Eastern’s Gracie Rollins drew a walk with one out and...

  • SOFTBALL Sullivan unearns a 13-2 win over Bloomfield Sullivan exploited Bloomfield errors Wednesday evening to pound the host Lady Cardinals 13-2. The Lady Cards (2-7) committed five errors for the...

  • The Bloomfield Cardinals let a winnable game slip away Thursday. And the visiting Clay City Eels took full advantage of the Cardinals’ foibles in the field. Seven Bloomfield errors led to four...