The Brunswick football program has seen tremendous success over the last few decades. The coaches focus on developing talent at all levels, creating an environment where each player can learn the fundamentals of the game. While the Bruins face an always challenging NEPSAC Class A schedule against some of the best boarding school programs in the region, Brunswick has done quite well against the competition, making 14 NEPSAC Bowl appearances since 1989, including five post-season bids since 2013.
Brunswick varsity football players practice and play home games on Cosby Field, ajacent to the training facility inside Burke Field House.
Numerous Brunswick football players have continued their careers at the college level, as former Bruins peppered the rosters of NCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III programs across the country. Success for a handful of Brunswick alums has not stopped in college, as a handful of Bruin alums have gone on to play in the NFL.
During the last season played, in 2019, the Bruins earned a record of 8-2 and won the NEPSAC Class "A" Todd Marble Bowl game.
With a questionable weather forecast in Kingston, Pa., Brunswick and Wyoming Seminary kicked off early to try and stay ahead of the predicted thunderstorms. The storms never came, but unfortunately, neither did too many points for the Bruins, as the hosts earned a 24-6 victory on Saturday.
Brunswick seized the momentum from the outset — as Kha’lil Eason returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown — and the Bruins went on to defeat Suffield Academy, 28-14, in the first home game on Cosby Field in nearly two years on Saturday afternoon.