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What SLAF Stands For...

The Spring League of American Football (SLAF) is a competitive professional football league with a spring schedule and storied rivalries already established. With unique geographical boundaries for each team, players can only play within their college’s region. Eight teams and a ten game schedule, not including playoffs, sum up the foundation of this long overdue concept.

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With the inaugural kick-off slated for the spring of 2019, the eight territories adhere to some of the most passionate rivalries in college sports. It is compelling to put the players from the Texas/Southwest Region against the players from the Florida/Southeast Region. Instant rivalry.

 

College football is enjoying the most media exposure in its history. Players become household names and develop a loyal fan base. The SLAF regions will capitalize on the college television exposure of these players.

 

There are more talented players than the NFL can accommodate, leaving plenty of talent for the SLAF.

 

• SLAF players can try out for the league when their college
  eligibility expires.

• SLAF players MUST play in the team territory of their college.

• SLAF season is April through mid-June.

• SLAF will utilize a combination of NFL and NCAA football rules.

 

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