With roughly two weeks until the start of the indoor/arena football season the sport has never been on shakier ground. Teams are folding on the eve of the season, other leagues are suing each other, blocking teams from playing, or have a laughable number of teams left to play the upcoming season. Continue reading The entire sport of arena/indoor football is a damn mess
It’s a glorious year for fans of minor league indoor football as a second league has announced it will be broadcasting games for free on YouTube this season.
The National Arena League, a new league mainly in the east and southeast, announced Wednesday evening that they have partnered with the website to showcase almost every game in 2017, with the exception of one team.
If there’s one thing we love to cover here at HOTSPROTSTAKES.com, it’s crappy teams in crappy leagues that only exist because someone had the money to start it up, and little money to do anything else.
Which brings us back to the Dayton Wolfpack of the National Arena League.
Last we heard, there was a chance they were going to fold without ever having played a game. The good news is, that isn’t the case. The bad news, football fans in Dayton will still never get to see them play. At least in 2017 Continue reading “Peak minor league indoor football: New team in new league will play every game on the road”
Rumors had been swirling that the National Arena League (formerly the Arena Development League) was looking to round out its 8-team league with a squad in Mexico.
Well that became official today, as the league announced on it’s Facebook page that a team will play in Monterrey, Mexico.
FOLKS,, we’ve seen a lull in hot arena football news but that ends today! We’ve got a whole big bunch of arena football league news, including a new team, one former team joining a new league and one league changing its name.