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USFL Releases Week 1 Schedule

Going into 2022 we expected to hear a lot more from the USFL. Needless to say they have not disappointed.

Kicking off the year we learned details around the draft, player/staff incentives, team names/logos, all eight head coaches and team uniforms to name a few.

With the inaugural draft in the books, the league is now focused on the upcoming supplemental draft and ultimately training camp which is set to begin March 21st.

That being said, one thing that fans have been waiting to see was the USFL 2022 schedule. Well, you need not wait any longer!

Last night the league announced that the full USFL 2022 schedule would be released today, along with ticket drops.

As promised, the USFL has started things out nice and early, giving us a look at the matchups for week 1. Opening weekend will consist of the Saturday debut that we’ve known about, along with a triple-header on Easter Sunday.

Week 1 USFL Schedule

April 167:30pm ET

Birmingham Stallions vs New Jersey Generals

Tickets: Ticketmaster
How to Watch:
FOX | NBC | Streaming

April 1712pm ET

Houston Gamblers vs Michigan Panthers

April 17 – 4pm ET

Philadelphia Stars vs New Orleans Breakers

April 17 – 8pm ET

Tampa Bay Bandits vs Pittsburgh Maulers

This is just the beginning. Starting at 8am ET, the USFL will be releasing the full schedule on a team by team basis; starting with the Birmingham Stallions. Once all the schedules have been revealed, then tickets will go on sale via Ticketmaster starting at 7pm ET.

On the ticket front, the USFL is making sure to make their product affordable. Tickets will be $10 throughout the season, and the ticket will be good for every game held that day. Meaning, if you plan on attending one of the games on Sunday during opening weekend, you’ll have access to all three matchups.

USFL execs have stated that they want the USFL to be the most family friendly football organization, and they’re definitely living up to their promise. For the entire season, a two-parent family and up-to six children (under 15) can attend a game for only $20.

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