The Intercollegiate Club Football Federation is the governing body for Club Division College Football, and also serves as a support system to advance the growth and promotion of club football. The ICFF offers administrative, technical and marketing assistance to fledgling teams and conferences to ensure their success, as well as access to very economical, group-rate team liability insurance coverage. It also serves as the body though which a post-season bowl and playoff system is coordinated.
The ICFF vision is to facilitate the success of teams and conferences, laying the foundation upon which national level bowl games and a national championship can systematically be built. Providing opportunities for networking, counsel, information sharing and media coverage for teams and conferences paves a clear path to a successful national intercollegiate system.
The ICFF also provides the Club Division Football community with a sophisticated and objective National Rankings system, and a forum in which to remain current on national club football news.
In 2012 the ICFF was able to bring Club Division teams their first true Bowl experience, with the 2012 Jostens Canton Bowl, where players had the opportunity to visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and enjoyed having their photos taken at the stadium on game day with the Heisman Trophy. The 2013 game was an epic snow battle viewed by large numbers of fans via streaming online video, and plans for next year include increased media coverage and possibly a cable TV broadcast.