The Inaugural FNF Tampa Bay Magazine Makes Its Debut

The Inaugural FNF Tampa Bay Magazine Makes Its Debut

High school football season is almost here, and Friday Night Football Tampa Bay magazine marks the occasion with its inaugural print edition.

Friday Night Football Tampa Bay, or FNF Tampa Bay, follows in a long line of high school football-themed publications produced by A.E. Engine, which produced similar state-wide high school football previews in Florida, Texas, Georgia and Ohio under the FNF brand.

FNF Tampa Bay includes 120 full-color pages and contains features and in-depth previews of 84 high school football programs. The extensive school previews are complemented by feature stories, player statistics, recruiting information as well as predictions. FNF Tampa Bay also identifies the top prospects in the area.

The cover of the magazine features four of the top prospects in the Tampa Bay region:

  • Dylan Ridolph, Wiregrass Ranch
  • Lawrance Toafili, Pinellas Park
  • Tucker Gleason, Plant
  • Jaylen Harrell, Berkeley Prep

Some of the feature themes for the inaugural edition include:

  • FNF Blitz: Fridaynite. Fortnite-themed Player Profiles
  • 10 Burning Questions
  • Rivalry Rumble. From the “Holy War” to the “Butter Bowl”.
  • Students of the Game
  • Mapping out a Dream Schedule
  • Leaders in the Game: Coaching Profiles
  • Who’s Who in Tampa Bay Football
  • All-Tampa Bay Team
  • Top 50 Seniors
  • Underclassmen to Watch
  • I am FNF
  • Team Moms

Check out a digital edition of FNF Tampa Bay Magazine.

This edition also features full-page team previews for select schools in the region. Schools that received full page team previews were part of the FNF Tampa Bay Custom Cover Project, a fundraiser which allows teams to receive special edition magazines.

Accredited media are eligible to receive a complimentary copy of FNF magazine. Please contact us at [email protected], then allow us to verify your media request. Aspects of the magazine are available for use with credit.

FNF Tampa Bay Magazine is available at traditional newsstand outlets and high school campuses statewide. Fans can also purchase the magazine online at

For more information on FNF Tampa Bay Magazine, contact Craig Baroncelli at [email protected]