Suncoast Millionaires Join Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League in 2017

(Sarasota, FL) The Suncoast Millionaires have announced it will be joining the Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League (APDFL) and begin play again in 2017.

The APDFL is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion and advancement of adult minor league football teams throughout the southeastern states. The league is comprised primarily of young men between the ages of 18 and 30 looking to obtain a second chance of reaching their college and/or professional football dreams. The APDFL will provide these athletes a place to improve their football skills and a platform to showcase their talents by attracting scouts from the collegiate and professional levels and by offering an outlet to those that otherwise would not have this option. The season runs from March through June.

The Millionaires have been holding workouts at the Robert L. Taylor Complex at 1845 34th St. Sarasota, FL. Registration for those wanting to tryout is $35 and includes a dri-fit shirt.
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The Suncoast Millionaires played for ten seasons in the SSFL, FFA and UFF in Florida. The team has not played games the past two seasons. NFL standout receiver in the 1980’s, Ernest Givins (Houston Oilers) has returned as the team’s head coach.