The North Jersey Super Football Conference is a football-only athletic league of high schools in New Jersey. The 115-team league was formed in 2016.
The NJSFC consists of nearly all of the football playing members of four conferences that were formed after a significant realignment in New Jersey high school athletics saw the creation of several new leagues.
The conferences that came together to form this league were:
The league, which included more than one hundred schools, is the largest such league in the United States.
The 12 teams allocated to the two Ivy divisions starting in 2020 are intended to allow weaker programs ineligible for playoff participation to compete primarily against each other.
There are a total of six sections of the NJSFC, with most consisting of three or four divisions: