American Flag Football League Unveils Team Venues and Schedule

21 October 2023

The American Flag Football League, today announced the team venues and schedule for the 2024 season, with the Inaugural Game taking place on Saturday, April 27, 2024 and the Championship Game taking place on Saturday, June 22, 2024.

The AFFL team venues are as follows:

  • Dallas – Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas and Gerald J. Ford Stadium
  • Nashville – Vanderbilt Soccer | Lacrosse Complex
  • Boston – Veterans Memorial Stadium
  • Las Vegas – Cashman Field

Earlier this summer, the AFFL announced its head coaches for the inaugural teams. Leading the team in Dallas is Patrick Alley; Chris Hughes in Nashville; Matt Bailey in Boston; and Jerry Urias in Las Vegas.

“We are thrilled to be able to take another step closer to the launch of the men’s professional division next Spring,” said Brian Michael Cooper, AFFL President & COO. “These venues and their surrounding communities will provide the AFFL with the opportunity to further its mission of building a worldwide community of fans and players who will be united by their shared values of football. Our goal is to leave a lasting impact on and off the field by providing fans with accessible, interactive, and affordable games.”

“We are very excited to host the American Flag Football League here at Ford Center at The Star,” said Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President of Business Operations Chad Estis. “Ford Center was created for events like this, and we hope to see a great turnout from not only fans of the AFFL, but all of the avid sports fans of North Texas who will come out to support these games.”

“We are excited to see the American Flag Football League debut in Nashville and look forward to welcoming these passionate athletes and supporters to our campus,” said Vanderbilt Vice Chancellor for Athletics and University Affairs and Athletic Director, Candice Storey Lee. “Vanderbilt proudly calls Nashville home, and we are committed to collaborating with a variety of organizations to increase opportunities and grow sports in this community. Sports bring us together, and we encourage Commodore Nation to come out and support the league.”

“We are thrilled to welcome the American Flag Football League to the Sports & Entertainment capital of the world,” said Brett Lashbrook, Owner & CEO, Las Vegas Lights FC. “Downtown Las Vegas is the ideal location to kick off this new league.”

"We are excited to welcome the American Flag Football League to Veterans Memorial Stadium,” said Alex Magleby, Co-Founder, Owner and CEO of the New England Free Jacks. “We believe the local fans and the surrounding community will welcome the AFFL eagerly!"