The NAL Shuts Down the 2020 Season
Written by Chris Mabry
This year in indoor football, it was supposed to be the year of indoor football. 27 teams in the top three indoor leagues. Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus, it has impacted both IFL and CIF. Now the NAL.
The National Arena League has posted a statement on their respective social media accounts. Here is the statement:
This will be the first time since 1982 where there will be no indoor football season. We will just have to wait until the 2021 season.
Written By Chris Mabry
When the Albany Empire defeated the Philadelphia Soul in Arena Bowl XXXII no one believed it would be the final Arena Football League game ever. Now, after ten months out of the spotlight the former indoor league is back in the spotlight. Here is what for.
According to Fox Business, the AFL who is bankrupted is planning on selling it's assets. These assets include team equipment, memorabilla, and intellectual property. They will go up for sale later this month as part of the pankruptcy proceedings.
"This auction is a historic opportunity for sports enthusiasts, coaches, and indoor football investors to acquire an extraordinary amount of equipment," said Paul Brown, vice president of GA Global Partners. "From complete indoor football field systems to game uniforms, people will be able to bid on individual lots or together as an entire league."
If you could by something from the league, what would you buy?