American Pro Football Networks (APFN) is a division of American Football Networks, Inc. (AFN) with roots dating to 1956. AFN is the original source of national, regional and local gridiron coverage. It remains the most comprehensive resource through its subsidiaries at the college, high school and pro football levels. AFN's four regional networks focus at the grass roots of the nation's most popular spectator sport.

American College Football Network (ACFN) is the only resource for intercollegiate football at all levels - NCAA, NAIA and JUCO. It has selected national and regional rankings, chosen pre and post-season All-American Teams as well as established and obtained the largest inventory of annual football awards and trophies since 1988, some of which are presented at Met Life Stadium. By clicking on the appropriate logo, information is available at all levels for current and archived pre and post-season All-American teams as well as comprehensive Conference All-Star Teams.
American High School Football Network (AHSFN) has roots dating back to 1956. It is the primary resource for the evolution of interscholastic football for more than half a Century. AHSFN has been selecting national polls since 1994 and provides the most comprehensive coverage of gridiron reports in the 50 states.
American Pro Football Network (APFN) not only covers the National Football League (NFL) but also focuses on indoor football leagues, other outdoor professional leagues as well as semi-pro gridiron organizations.