SFL Communications

February 10, 2022

The Simulation Football League presented by APM Music has taken inspiration and innovation to craft four different broadcasts for upcoming single-game broadcasts on Monday nights. The unique deliveries begin Monday February 21 with the Baltimore Vultures visiting the Queen City Corsairs. All four games will air on the SFL Twitch Channel with 7 p.m. ET kickoffs and feature Cameron Irvine on play-by-play for two of the four telecasts that feature traditional calls of the game.

Each of the four games will bring a different perspective to the game and will offer the SFL from a different perspective than the league normally delivers its broadcasts.

First, Baltimore/Queen City will have four players on camera and micd throughout the game and feature an in-depth interview with each participant throughout the contest. You’ll get to see their live reactions throughout the night as they watch the game in real time with all the rest of the SFL.

On Monday February 28, the London Knights will meet the Houston Hyenas. It will be the second time the two meet for a historical broadcast – these two teams were the first game broadcast on national television after the league landed a deal with the Eleven Sports Network in August of 2019. In this contest, the game will be shown from behind the quarterback, offering a new perspective on a SFL game and broadcast.

Monday March 14 will see the St. Louis Gladiators travel to Florida to take on the Florida Storm. In this broadcast, both coaching staffs will be the only commentary for the game. They’ll dissect their opponent, what they saw on film, tell you what’s coming next and offer more insight on what its like game-planning in the SFL – and give a little smack talk to their opponent along the way, we have no doubt.

Finally, Monday March 28, the Fort Worth Toros will meet the Lone Star Glory. Two legends of the SFL will be on the call like you’ve never heard them before and welcome famous guests around the league to weigh in on the action going on in the Lone Star State.