Weekly Indiana High School winner of $1,000 and becomes a finalist for the grand prize.
Annual Indiana High School grand prize winners of new premium HELMETS!
Suit Up. Play Safe. Have Fun.
The Indianapolis Colts and UnitedHealthcare are collaborating to advance the health and safety of high school athletes through education and equipment, Enter worry-free. Your information will not be provided nor distributed to any external entities.
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Sign up to join Colts Facebook and Twitter for weekly HELMETS updates and opportunities to enter. Share posts with friends, family, and teammates. More entries increase your odds of winning. Plus, the school with the most votes on week 17 automatically becomes a finalist.
Help the Indianapolis Colts and UnitedHealthcare increase awareness for the tools and education available to advance the safety of football. Get your community involved in HELMETS and encourage your football coaches to get certified in Heads Up from USA Football. You could become the next winner of new 5-star HELMETS and other great prizes.
Week 1: Palestine High School
Week 2: Columbia City High School
Week 3: Edinburgh High School
Week 4: South Dearborn High School
Week 5: Rensselaer Central High School
Week 6: Milan High School
Week 7: Lafayette Jefferson High School
Week 8: North Harrison High School
Week 9: Brownsburg High School
Week 10: Churubusco Junior-Senior High School
Week 11: West Lafayette Jr.-Sr. High School
Week 12: Mitchell High School
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 HELMETS winner, Alexandria-Monroe High School.
Not available to all persons in all states. Sweepstakes rules and restrictions apply.
HELMETS encourages, supports, and gives incentives to high school athletic departments to enhance their commitment to player health and safety by enrolling in USA Football’s Heads Up Football program. Heads Up Football offers online certification clinics to educate coaches about concussion recognition and response protocols, proper equipment fitting, Heads Up Tackling, Heads Up Blocking, heat emergency preparedness, hydration and sudden cardiac arrest. Certification is required to win new helmets.