United Football League reveals 2024 schedule with 10 game regular season slate

By Jordan Mendoza, USA Today

The revamped United Football League announced its full 2024 schedule on Monday, with 43 games taking place this season and culminating with its championship game in June.

The league, which formed as a merger between the XFL and USFL, will feature four teams from each past league to form the eight-team slate. The UFL will be divided into two conferences: the USFL and the XFL. The home stadiums for all teams were also announced Monday. The teams and its stadiums in each conference are:


  • Birmingham Stallions (Protective Stadium)
  • Houston Roughnecks (Rice Stadium)
  • Memphis Showboats (Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium)
  • Michigan Panthers (Ford Field)


  • Arlington Renegades (Choctaw Stadium)
  • D.C. Defenders (Audi Field)
  • San Antonio Brahmas (The Alamodome)
  • St. Louis Battlehawks (The Dome at America’s Center)

What to know about 2024 UFL schedule

The 2024 season will kick off on March 30 when the 2023 champions of the USFL and XFL, the Birmingham Stallions and Arlington Renegades, meet at Choctaw Stadium. The same day, the Michigan Panthers will host the St. Louis Battlehawks.

The opening weekend slate ends the following day when the D.C. Defenders visit the San Antonio Brahmas and the Houston Roughnecks host the Memphis Showboats.

Each team will play a 10-game schedule, with six in-conference games and four inter-conference ones.

After the regular season ends, the top two teams in each conference will meet in conference championship games on June 8-9, and the league’s championship game will be played on June 16.

UFL games will be broadcast on ABC, FOX, ESPN, FS1 and ESPN2, and can be streamed on ESPN+ or Fox Sports App depending on which network broadcasts the games. All games will be streamed via TV Everywhere.

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