Saturday, July 24, 2021

Indoor Football League (IFL) Helping to Advance the Innovative Future of Football

As the Indoor Football League (IFL) enjoys its 13th season of play with 11 teams across the country, and with at least 14 teams set to kickoff in 2022; the IFL is now the second-longest running pro football league in America, only behind the NFL.

How did the IFL thrive to this point in time, and manage to play its full slate of games (Indoors and in 9 Different States so far in 2021), as the league surges towards its annual United Bowl championship game later this summer?

The IFL's main directive - to offer innovative football played within the confines of a nice arena setting, while keeping ticket prices family friendly have allowed the IFL to remain "immune" from the downward spiral of outside forces.

For example in the IFL, the offensive team may have up to 2 players in motion in any combination of forward or lateral movement, which creates fantastic play-design options. And, when a team that has the lead is in the final minute of a game, that offensive team must gain positive yardage on each play or the clock will stop...therefore running out the clock for a full-minute by taking a kneel-down play is not an option in the IFL.

The amazing talent and superb coaching in the IFL has already generated more than 80-players being signed by NFL or CFL clubs, and with many more dynamic players sure to ascend into the ranks of the NFL.

The unmatched IFL fan-experience is organic and electrifying, enabling football fans the chance to passionately root for their team up close and personal during the games, and then they can meet their favorite stars on the field after the game.

As the IFL continues to expand into new Team Markets over the next few years, the wonderful indoor pro football experience provided by the IFL will naturally become even stronger, more diversified (it's track record is excellent) and thrilling for its passionate fans and players alike.

The weather is always good inside the arena for an IFL game. Therefore, as long as the IFL continues to innovate both on and off the field, while expanding into quality Team Markets, then it's sunny skies on the horizon for the IFL and its growing fan base.

Fun times ahead!

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