Columbus Day Weekend means football season is in full swing, but there's one special game being played this weekend you may not know about.

Three Piece Suit Football (TPSF) is a group that plays full-tackle football wearing three piece suits in efforts to raise awareness and support for military veterans and their families.

TPSF originated in Atlanta in 2009, and in 2014, the organization expanded and established a chapter in Boston.

This year's Boston game will feature a touch of the Southcoast, as a portion of the formalwear was donated by Main Street Formals in Acushnet.

According to their Facebook post, Main Street Formals donated a whopping 143 lbs of tuxedoes, suits, shirts and ties.

The TPSF Boston 2016 Football Game will kickoff Saturday at 2pm at Rogers Park in Brighton. The event is free but donations will be accepted for Massachusetts-based charity Operation Delta Dog.

TPSF participates in numerous service projects and other happenings throughout the year to honor the service and sacrifice of veterans and military families.

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