Already Miss Football? Starting Tomorrow, This is How to Stream the Alliance of American Football (AAF) Live Without Cable
The NFL season may be over, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be left without football. A new football league called The Alliance of American Football (AAF) started by Charlie Ebersol (Son of Former NBC Sports Chief Dick Ebersol) and Bill Polian (Former NFL GM) will kick off tomorrow, Saturday, February 9th.
The league features 8 teams across two conferences — Atlanta Legends, Birmingham Iron, Memphis Express, and Orlando Apollos in the Eastern Conference, with the Arizona Hotshots, Salt Lake Stallions, San Antonio Commanders, and San Diego Fleet in the West.
The inaugural 10-week 2019 AAF season begins tomorrow with Atlanta at Orlando and San Diego at San Antonio on CBS and continues with Memphis at Birmingham (CBS Sports Network) and Salt Lake at Arizona (NFL Network). You can watch the games for free with a 7-Day Free Trial of fuboTV.
Every weekend, two games will air each Saturday and Sunday. Outside of the first two weeks which will see games on CBS and TNT, most telecasts will air on CBS Sports Network, NFL Network, and B/R Live.
The AAF playoffs will appear on CBS Sports Network and TNT, while the AAF Championship Game will air on CBS. Besides live Alliance games, B/R Live will also on demand replays and highlights across the platform.
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Once you subscribe, you will be able to stream your local AAF games on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon, Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, and Android.
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Who’s Playing in the AAF?
The teams aren’t made up of a bunch of no-names, you’ll see ex-NFL players like QBs Aaron Murray (Atlanta Legends), Scott Tolzien (Birmingham Iron), Christian Hackenberg (Memphis Express), and Josh Johnson (San Diego Fleet). There league will also feature Running Backs Trent Richardson (Birmingham Iron) & Zac Stacy (Memphis Express), WR Stephen Hill (Atlanta Legends), and Kicker Nick Novak (Birmingham Iron).
They will be led by well-known coaches like Steve Spurrier (Orlando Apollos), Mike Singletary (Memphis Express), and Mike Martz (San Diego Fleet).
Following the conclusion of the 10-week regular season on Sunday, April 14, the four-team AAF Playoffs begins on April 20, with the AAF Championship Game on Saturday, April 27 in Las Vegas, Nevada.