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        1. Iowa High School Football

          America’s Game, Iowa High School Passion

          More boys still participate in football than any other sport at the high school level, and IHSAA member schools have played since 1909. The first IHSAA playoffs took place in 1972, with the current system featuring five 11-player classifications and one 8-player classification. Four teams in each class advance to semifinals and finals at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls each year.

          News Section

          Important Upcoming Events

          For school-specific events, please contact your school’s athletic director or reference your conference’s website.
          Officials may log in to the Iowa High School Athletic Association App.

          RECORDS & PLAYOFF RPI

          District Standings
          4A 3A  |  2A 1A  |  8P

          RPI – After Regular Season
          4A  |  3A  |  2A  |  1A  | 8P

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          IOWA HIGH SCHOOL STATE FOOTBALL CENTRAL

          For all things postseason and state football, refer to the IHSAA State Football Central.