2022 Season Roadmap
The European League of Football (ELF) has released its schedule for the rest of preseason through the championship game.
- April – Voluntary practice sessions.
- May 1st – Organized team activities (OTA’s).
- June 4th/5th – Kickoff Weekend
- August 3rd – Signing Deadline
- September 10th/11th – Playoffs begin.
- September 25th – 2022 Championship Game
Gamepass Now Available
The ELF’s official video streaming service is now available on the league’s website. There are 2 different streaming packages available for fans.
- Season Pass – $108 (99.99 Euros)/year
- Stream on up to 2 devices, Unlocks all content, Every game live & on-demand, Team-specific content & more.
- Team Pass – $55 (49.99 Euros)/year
- Team-specific on-demand content, Live games in HD, & more.
- Game Day Pass – $11 (9.99 Euros)/game day
- Live games in HD, highlights, & more
- Game Pass – $6 (4.99 Euros)/game
- Live game of choice in HD
For more details about the ELF’s gamepass options, visit ELF Video Streaming (europeanleague.football).
- Stuttgart Surge – DB – Malcolm Washington
- Stuttgart Surge – LB – Ronley Lakalaka
- Vienna Vikings – DB – Fabio Tartarotti
- Vienna Vikings – DL – Moritz Schmahel
The Stuttgart Surge have signed former Division I cornerback Malcolm Washington for the 2022 season.
Washington played the first 2 seasons of his college career at Fresno State before transferring to Northern Iowa for his final 2 years. He played 47 total games (27 starts) in the college ranks and recorded 124 tackles, 6 interceptions, 13 pass deflections, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 touchdown. He’s also spent time with the Allgäu Comets of the German Football League in 2019.
The Stuttgart Surge have re-signed former Division I linebacker Ronley Lakalaka for the 2022 season.
Lakalaka commented on his return to the Surge, stating,
“I signed with the Surge because the coaches and players believe in my ability to take the team to the next level, the beautiful city, and the already established friendships and brotherhood that I have created for when I signed last year toward the end of the season because of a linebacker getting hurt, for the coaching staff to believe in me on short notice, it was a no brainer at that point”.
Lakalaka played college ball at San Diego State and was invited to the New York Jets rookie minicamp in 2019, but he did not make the team. He’d later sign with the CFL’s BC Lions but would sit out almost 2 full seasons due to a broken ankle.
Last season with the Surge, Lakalaka appeared in 3 games, totaling 16 tackles and one tackle for loss.
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