SoCal Coyote News Coyotes Host 2014 Hall of Fame Game, Awards Posted on March 11, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (CATHEDRAL CITY) — AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame Commissioner and founder Dick Suess announced that the Hall of Fame Game and Awards Banquet will be hosted by the SoCal Coyotes at the Desert Princess Golf & Country Club and Resort, January 10-11, 2014. The banquet will be held Friday, January 10, and the game will commence Saturday, January 11. The host SoCal Coyotes will play against minor-league football All-Stars from around the world. The All-Stars will be hand-selected by EUROStopwatch.com, and pro agents, scouts and coaches will be in attendance. The Minor League Football Hall of Fame was established in 2004 and since has inducted over 200 coaches, players and executives. This will be the first time the banquet and game have been held outside of Las Vegas, and will attract hundreds of fans, players and coaches to the Coachella Valley from around the globe. “Coyotes head coach J. David Miller, a 2013 inductee, was influential in bringing the game and banquet to the greater Palm Springs area,” said the Commissioner. “The Coyotes are a first-class organization, and they delivered world-class facilities. We are looking forward to a great event.” In recent years, attendees have come from around the world, including England, France, Spain, Italy and Germany. Suess, also founder and publisher of the Minor League Football News, said that more details will be released each week as the event draws closer.