American Flag Football League Unveils Team Names and Logos
The American Flag Football League (AFFL), today announced the names and logos for its four teams as the League prepares for its inaugural season launching on Saturday, April 27, 2024.
“We are excited to unveil our team names and logos, each representing the uniqueness of the communities where the AFFL expects to leave a lasting impact,” said Brian Michael Cooper, AFFL President & COO. “It was critical that we capture the essence of each market and also the vision and mission of building a community of fans and players who will bring these brands to life with their energy in and outside of the stadium.”
As previously announced, the team venues and schedule is as follows:
|April 27 (Inaugural Game)||Las Vegas||Cashman Field|
|May 4||Dallas||Gerald J. Ford Stadium|
|May 11||Boston||Veterans Memorial Stadium|
|May 18||Nashville||Vanderbilt Soccer | Lacrosse Complex|
|May 25||Las Vegas||Cashman Field|
|June 1||Boston||Veterans Memorial Stadium|
|June 8||Dallas||Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas|
|June 15||Nashville||Vanderbilt Soccer | Lacrosse Complex|
|June 22 (Championship Game)||Dallas||Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas|
*Schedule subject to change.
Earlier this year, the AFFL announced its head coaches for the inaugural teams. Leading the Dallas Ocelots is Patrick Alley; Nashville Nighthawks is Chris Hughes; Boston Brigade is Matt Bailey; and Las Vegas Lucky Sevens is Jerry Urias.
For more information on each team, visit the team pages and follow on X and Instagram:
- Dallas Ocelots team page and @AFFLDallas
- Nashville Nighthawks team page and @AFFLNashville
- Boston Brigade team page and @AFFLBoston
- Las Vegas Lucky Sevens team page and @AFFLLasVegas
The AFFL was founded in 2016 to grow the game of flag football, and has established men’s and women’s amateur and youth leagues across the United States under the mission of football for all. The inaugural season of AFFL’s pro league will launch in 2024 with teams in Boston, Dallas, Las Vegas, and Nashville. For more information, visit affl.com and follow the league on X, Facebook, and Instagram.