Tucson Sugar Skulls

Since the 15th century, the sugar skull has been a dynamic symbol of honor, celebration, tradition, and festivity in remembering the departed. With origins in Central Mexico, these colorful skulls were first used to decorate the gravestones of those ...

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Since the 15th century, the sugar skull has been a dynamic symbol of honor, celebration, tradition, and festivity in remembering the departed. With origins in Central Mexico, these colorful skulls were first used to decorate the gravestones of those who had died in a way that celebrated their lives instead of mourning their passing.

Today, the sugar skull anchors the festive Day of the Dead celebrations across the globe during the first two days of November, with Tucson’s own All Souls Procession ranked as one of the top in the nation with more than 150,000 individuals joining the procession.

It’s in that spirit that Tucson Sugar Skulls Football was born. The newest franchise in the Indoor Football League, our Skulls, with our players, coaches, and staff, proudly stand for those very values that inspired the crafting of the first sugar skull more than 400 years ago. The slogan says it all HALF THE FIELD, DOUBLE THE FOOTBALL, TRIPLE THE FUN!

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