SFL Communications

September 26, 2018

The Simulation Football League presented by APM Music has finalized its full playoff schedule for Season 11 and – as always this time of year – releases its first edits to the Week 13 slate.

The Playoffs will get underway Wednesday October 10 at 6:30 p.m. CT on Twitch for Wild Card Wednesday. The second game of the doubleheader, called by Steven Mullenax and Cameron Irvine, will kickoff at 8:15 p.m.

The Quarterfinals get started Sunday October 14 with a doubleheader at 5 and 7, in games matching No. 7 vs. No. 10 and No. 8 vs. No. 9 – Irvine and Mullenax will call the 7 CT game. Monday October 15 will feature the Wild Card winners vs. the top two teams from the regular season, Alaska and Tallahassee. That doubleheader will get underway at 6:30 CT, with an 8:15 CT kickoff to follow.

The SFL Semifinals feature the four remaining teams on a Monday night doubleheader at 6:30 and 8:15 CT on October 22. Irvine and Mullenax will call one of those two games.

The SFL Championship Game this season will kickoff at 8 CT with a four-man broadcast crew and two live statisticians tracking offense and defense, and is tentatively scheduled for Monday October 29, with Sunday October 28 serving as a back-up kickoff date due to any unforeseen schedule conflicts. Irvine and Mullenax will make up two of the four on that crew.

All other broadcasters will be determined after the Week 13 slate and will be announced in a separate release. Five different crews from the SFL’s talented broadcast team from around the world will get to call a Twitch Front Page contest, three quarterfinals duals and a semifinal.

All playoff games will air on the Twitch SFL Network.

League adjusts Week 13 schedule

The last week of the season is always packed full of excitement, and Season 11 of the SFL will be no different.

With playoff pictures becoming slightly more clear, the league wanted to update everyone on where Week 13 matchups currently sit on the schedule. Week 13 will not have a Friday or Saturday night game, but instead will feature its regular timeslots on Sunday + YouTube Monday broadcasts. The current Week 13 schedule currently looks like this heading into Week 12:

Sunday October 7 – 3 and 5 CT on YouTube, 7 CT on Twitch – game times to beĀ determined

Carolina @ Baltimore

Queen City @ Chicago

Vancouver @ Sioux Falls

Mexico City @ Las Vegas

Tallahassee @ Houston

Atlanta @ Oklahoma City (could possibly move to Monday)

New Orleans @ Dallas (could possibly move to Monday)

Monday October 8 – 7 CT on YouTube

Indianapolis @ London

Denver @ San Francisco