Eastern Football Network, a Division of American Football Networks, Inc. is the media gateway where America's dominant spectator sport was born and developed. On November 6, 1869 the first college game between Princeton and Rutgers took place in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The first high school game occurred on May 12, 1875 when Norfolk Free Academy defeated the Bulkeley School for Boys in New London, Connecticut. On September 3, 1895, Latrobe Pennsylvani was the venue for the first professional football game played between the Latrobe Athletic Association and the Jeanette Athletic Club. Included in the coverage of the Eastern Football Network are Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.