IFL Announces IFL to XFL Combine

IFL Announces IFL to XFL Combine

The Indoor Football League is proud to announce the first annual IFL to XFL Combine. This combine will be an opportunity exclusive to IFL players to showcase their abilities in front of XFL Coaches and Directors of Player Development. It will take place on August 4th in Henderson, NV as part of the Dollar Loan Center IFL National Championship Weekend.

This is another step in our relationship with the XFL. Giving our players their own private platform to perform in front of XFL personnel is just another reason to join our flourishing league.” Said IFL Commissioner Todd Tryon. “We are excited to continue to build with the XFL to create opportunities for players in both of these great leagues.”

In October of 2022, The XFL and the Indoor Football League (IFL) announced a wide-ranging player personnel partnership. The partnership provides the framework for transferring players between leagues and the opportunity for players released from XFL teams to sign with IFL squads. The IFL to XFL Combine is the next step in that partnership.

The IFL was a great partner in 2022 and we look forward to continuing the relationship,” said Doug Whaley, XFL Senior Vice President, Player Personnel. “The IFL to XFL Combine will be a great chance for these players to showcase their talent for XFL team personnel decision makers.”

About the Indoor Football League: 

The IFL is currently in its 15th season of play, making it the longest running indoor football league in the country. It bolsters a national footprint featuring 14 teams from coast to coast. That number is anticipated to grow with multiple expansion teams expected in the coming years. The Dollar Loan Center IFL National Championship will be held on August 5th, 2023, in Henderson Nevada and will be broadcast on CBS Sports.

About XFL:

The XFL is a fan-first, fast-paced global professional football league with innovative rules and an enhanced 360-degree game experience. Anchored in world-class football, the XFL brings entertainment and innovation to advance the sport, expand player opportunities, and change the way that fans experience the game. The XFL has eight teams in Arlington (TX), Houston (TX), Las Vegas (NV), Orlando (FL), San Antonio (TX), Seattle (WA), St. Louis (MO), and Washington D.C. The XFL is owned by Dany Garcia, Dwayne Johnson, and Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird Capital Partners and launched in February 2023.