The NFL Network will televise 19 Alliance of American Football (AAF) games in 2019, the NFL announced on Friday.
The Alliance of American Football will debut on the NFL Network on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 8:00pm ET when then Salt Lake Stallions travel to take on the Arizona Hotshots.
Beginning in Week 2 of the AAF season, the NFL Network will televise two games per week in primetime on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
“NFL Network understands the mission and vision for The Alliance and what we are trying to accomplish,” said Charlie Ebersol, co-founder and CEO, The Alliance. “This partnership will now keep professional football in its primetime television spot, allowing fans to continue watching America’s most popular sport well into the spring.”
“Having live football games on NFL Network in February, March, and April will be a great addition to our lineup and a nice complement to our coverage of the NFL Combine and NFL Draft,” said Mark Quenzel, Senior Vice President of Programming and Production at NFL Network.
Below are the 19 AAF games that will air on NFL Network in 2019. All games will kickoff at 8:00pm ET.
Sunday, February 10
Salt Lake Stallions at Arizona Hotshots
Saturday, February 16
Arizona Hotshots at Memphis Express
Sunday, February 17
Atlanta Legends at San Diego Fleet
Saturday, February 23
Memphis Express at Orlando Apollos
Sunday, February 24
San Antonio Commanders at San Diego Fleet
Saturday, March 2
San Diego Fleet at Memphis Express
Sunday, March 3
Atlanta Legends at Arizona Hotshots
Saturday, March 9
Salt Lake Stallions at San Diego Fleet
Sunday, March 10
San Antonio Commanders at Arizona Hotshots
Saturday, March 16
Arizona Hotshots at Orlando Apollos
Sunday, March 17
Birmingham Iron at San Diego Fleet
Saturday, March 23
Salt Lake Stallions at San Antonio Commanders
Sunday, March 24
Birmingham Iron at Memphis Express
Saturday, March 30
San Diego at Salt Lake Stallions
Sunday, March 31
Arizona Hotshots at San Antonio Commanders
Saturday, April 6
San Diego Fleet at Orlando Apollos
Sunday, April 7
Birmingham Iron at Arizona Hotshots
Saturday, April 13
Atlanta Legends at Memphis Express
Sunday, April 14
Arizona Hotshots at San Diego Fleet
With the addition of NFL Network as a programming partner, the AAF has completed their television schedule for the inaugural season. Two games will air on CBS, 10 games will air on CBS Sports Network, one game will air on TBS, and eight games will be stream via Bleacher Report Live.