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2019
2019 CHAMPIONS
HALL OF FAME

TBA (1)
The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is a proposed professional football league that is set to begin play on 19 February 2019 following the NFL's Super Bowl.

It is made up of 8 teams (operated as a single entity and owned by the league under the name Legendary Field Exhibitions LLC), split into two conferences, who will play a 10-week season, followed by a 4-team playoff that will end with the Championship Game that is planned to be played on the weekend of April 26-28.

However, if the league makes it to its 2nd season, it will be in direct competition with the rerived XFL (2020).

It has announced broadcast deals with CBS Sports; the inaugural game and Championship Game will both air on CBS and the CBS Sports Network will air at least one game per week.
RULE CHANGES
All teams must attempt two-point conversions (no extra points), no kickoffs with start of play from the 25-yard line, play clock will run for 30 seconds (40 seconds in the NFL) and no games can end in ties, unlike in the NFL.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Las Vegas's Sam Boyd Stadium will host the Championship Game for 2019-2020, which is the current home of the UNLV Rebels college football team.
Updated: 23 OCTOBER 2018