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European League of Football Kicks Off Saturday

It’s finally here! The European League of Football begins its inaugural season Saturday June 19th with two must-watch games.

You’ll need to sign up for their package, which offers everything from full season setups at $118 US, to individual team packages at $47, and single game access at $5 per game.

The first day of Week 1 puts the Panthers Wroclaw vs the Cologne Centurions. The familiar players to watch here are former TSL and FCF RB Madre London (Centurions), CB Darius Robinson, former University of Washington WR Quinton Pounds, and former Gator RB Mark Herndon (Panthers).

The second game in Saturday is the Barcelona Dragons vs the Stuttgart Surge. You’ll remember a lot of these names from the old NFL Europe league.

Players to watch for this game are former FCF TE David Meza (Surge) and former DIII star QB Zach Edwards (Dragons).

Sunday’s games feature a rematch of the 2007 World Bowl, between the Hamburg Sea Devils and the Frankfurt Galaxy. This time, though, it’ll just be for bragging rights, and who will end Week 1 with a W.

Players to watch for in that game are former UTEP CB Justin Rogers (Sea Devils), and CB Desmond Cooper (Galaxy).

The final game for Week 1 has the Berlin Thunder vs the Leipzig Kings. Players to watch I’m that game are former TSL DB Daniel Docal, and QB Michael Birdsong (Kings).

This begins another season of alternative/international football that will display high level talent. Hopes are high for this, at is it a brand new league, and promotion for it has been abundant.

The times for the games are listed below, in US ET:


Panthers vs Centurions noon ET

Dragons vs Surge 1pm ET


Sea Devils vs Galaxy 9am ET

Thunder vs Kings 9am ET

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  1. Guy

    June 20, 2021 at 11:39 pm

    I watched the YouTube highlights and play was a little sloppy, but this isn’t unexpected with new teams that probably haven’t spent a lot of time together. However the real issue for me was the website in which you have to agree to let them cookie and track you at insane levels. I just wanted to look at the site to see what the League was about, but I’m not going to give up a lot of personal info to do so.

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