SFL Communications –
The Simulation Football League has reached another new milestone. In just four days, siulationfl.net since the start of the season had 2,179 views the most website traffic in a four-day period since the site attracted 1,973 page views that kicked off the league’s sixth season – Winter 16. That season was coming on the heels of the “Greatest Game Ever Simmed” when D.C. beat Santa Fe in the Season 5 Championship Game 31-30.

The site’s 874 single-day page views was the second most since the league launched, bested only by the 896 page views during the same time period that launched Season 6.

Ten of the top 30 most-watched videos in SFL history were games from last season, topped by the Season 8 Championship that yielded 640 views – now the most-watched game all-time. But opening week of Season 9 was the most-watched week of SFL games ever. The four commentated games totalled 1,290 views, bested only by Season 8’s Conference Semifinal quadrupleheader (1,412 views). But combined with the 303 views of non-commentated games, Week 1 tops the charts with 1,593 total views.

The Sunday night tilt between Dallas and Alaska racked up 390 views, the fourth highest-rated play-by-play broadcast. The two played in Week 2 in Season 8, the most watched regular season game ever (486 views).


The Simulation Football League was established in 2013 and is enjoying a banner 9th season thus far, that has launched a new website and registered a record over 150 user players to teams this off-season. User players can sign to star roles through Week 8 of the season. Games air Sundays at 3 CT and Sundays-Tuesdays at 7 CT. Visit simulationfl.net for more information.