Robstown city employees and the Corpus Christi Police Department faced off Saturday afternoon in the first annual Wishes and Dreams Children's Toy Bowl at Cottonpicker Stadium.
Admission to the flag football game was an unwrapped toy or donation to be given to Robstown and Corpus Christi children for Christmas.
More than 50 toys were collected from spectators and $120 was collected from the players.
"We had planned this out for a while and the guys from Corpus help us set it up this year," said Robstown police officer Eduardo Tagle. "It's a competitive sport and we had a lot of fun, but it was all about the kids."
The game ended with CCPD on top, 12-7.
Robstown was quick to score the first touchdown in the first quarter, but CCPD came back to score two touchdowns later in the game.
The team's captains plan to get together and decide how to distribute the 50 toys and money to needy families in the Robstown area.
"We are brothers off the field and brothers on the field and we are just having good fun between the players," Tagle said.
Robstown city employees plan to play the Nueces County Sheriff's Department Dec. 22 in an attempt to raise even more charitable donations for needy children.
The teams are inviting people to come out and show their support.