The Houston Gunners are a semi-pro football team comprised of public safety personnel. All players are required to be public safety personnel to play in the NPSFL (National Public Safety Football League). This includes a coalition of first responders, (Firemen, Policemen, Emergency Medical Technicians, Correction Officers, Military Police/Medic, and Parole/Probation Officers that donate time, effort and service to our various communities.
The Houston Gunners are a full contact football team in the National Public Safety Football League. The Gunners have been playing for 18 years. The Gunners play other police departments, fire departments, and correction departments around the nation; there are 26 public safety teams in the league. The Gunners also play semi-pro football teams in the State of Texas, as pre-season games.
The Houston Gunners have played in five National Public Safety Football League championships, the first being in 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2004. The Gunners won the National Championship in 1999, the N.P.S.F.L. Championship 2003 and the N.P.S.F.L. DII Championship 2004.
The Houston Gunners are a registered 501 C (3) nonprofit organization, that was founded in October 1994 by Houston Police Officers to raise funds for charitable organizations through full-contact football.
One of our charities is the:
Assist the Officer foundation - provides partial financial support to Police Officers who are injured or disabled
Profits from home football games are directed towards these charities, primary for the needs of children and adults, most of whom are under privileged and rely on charitable organizations for assistance and support in their formative years.
Proceeds from the regularly scheduled football games will be donated to Assist the Officer Foundation.
GUNNER OF THE WEEK - ROBERT BELL
Robert Bell is our GUNNER OF THE WEEK. Robert is the President of the Houston Gunner Organization. His outstanding work, resulted in the the Cleveland team transported, housed, and fed without any problems. Cleveland had nothing but good to say about his actions, thanks Robert for your effort that was above and beyond.
Click on the link above for the Harris County Sheriff's Office, and explore career opportunities with Harris County. Click on the icon for careers and fill out the info sheet. You will receive a letter with several dates for your initial testing. If you are looking for a great job with excellent benefits, apply.
Best of all, once a member of HCSO, HPD, or any public safety organization, you can play football in the NPSFL.