2024 UFL Championship Game: Matchup, how to watch

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2024 UFL Championship Game is set and will feature the Birmingham Stallions taking on the San Antonio Brahmas. The contest is the inaugural title game for the combined USFL and XFL spring league.

Birmingham and San Antonio meet for the championship at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Mo., on Sunday, June 16, 2024. The game will be televised nationally by FOX and FOX Deportes at 5:00pm ET. It will also be available to stream via the FOX Sports app.

On the call for the UFL Championship will be broadcaster Curt Menefee and analyst Joel Klatt. Menefee and Klatt will be joined by former NFL quarterback and FOX Sports analyst Brock Huard, who will report from the sidelines.

The two-time USFL champion Birmingham Stallions advanced to the UFL Championship Game after defeating the Michigan Panthers, 31-18, in the USFL Conference Championship on Saturday, June 8. In the XFL Conference Championship, which was played on Sunday, June 9, the San Antonio Brahmas defeated the St. Louis Battlehawks, 25-15.

In their only meeting during the 2024 regular-season, the San Antonio Brahmas defeated the Birmingham Stallions, 18-9, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

According to DraftKings SportsBook, the Birmingham Stallions are currently a 3.5-point favorite over the San Antonio Brahmas.

UFL Championship Game tickets are currently available through our partner StubHub (as an affiliate, we may receive a small commission from any sales).


Sunday, Jun 16, 2024

UFL Championship
Birmingham Stallions vs. San Antonio Brahmas
5:00pm ET | FOX
The Dome – St. Louis, MO
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Comments (4)

Well, that was interesting. BIrmingham continues to be the best team in the USFL and UFL. Except in terms of attendance — but there are reasons…
Now if *someone* at the controls in the UFL will focus on picking weekends for the Stallions to have home games where there aren’t conflicting spring games at Alabama and Auburn and do some actual statewide marketing and recruiting players from schools such as UAB, UNA, USA, Jax State, Troy, AAMU, ASU in addition to UA and AU… and consider playing a game in Mobile for the second home game vs. a Texas team that might have fans who would travel…
Anyway, it looks like St Louis, Arlington, San Antonio, DC, Birmingham, and Michigan should stay. The UFL has some questions to consider regarding “going fallow” for a year in Memphis… Houston I know was hurt having to play elsewhere this year, but maybe a “year off” could help there too. Seattle and San Diego sure could produce St Louis level crowds…

I thought u would have posted the championship Game score on this link to wrap up 2024’s spring Season.

I guessed wrong.
I had to look it up on ESPN.

It wasn’t an exciting score.
Maybe it will give Spring Football Fans an idea if there will be enough financing & paying audience for there to be a 2025 season.