Free to Watch: Kansas Shrine Bowl - Saturday, July 23rd - replay from Carnie Smith Stadium, on the campus of Pittsburg State University.
Since the first Kansas Shrine Bowl in 1974, nearly 3,500 players have represented 343 schools across the state.
The Kansas Shrine Bowl is a non-profit charity raising funds and awareness for the Shriners Children's. The Shrine Bowl has been in existence since 1974, hosting one of the most prestigious high school football all-star games in the country.
Since its inception, it has been promoting Kansas talent and the incredible network of hospitals raising over $3 million dollars.