Windsor AKO Fratmen

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For the Junior "B" Indoor Lacrosse team by the same name, see Windsor AKO Fratmen (OLA).
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The Windsor AKO Fratmen Football Team is a Canadian football team based in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The team has played in the Canadian Junior Football League since the 1940s and won national titles in 1952, 1954, and 1999. The Fratmen have played at Fratmen Field at Windsor Stadium since 1953. The team is sponsored by the AKO Fraternity and dates back to 1929, making it the longest-running community organization providing a junior football program in Canada without interruption.[1]

Former player Tommy Grant has been inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. The Fratmen are also the first Canadian Junior Football League team to be honoured in the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum's locker room exhibit.[1]

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