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The Spring League is coming to Fox Sports

The Spring League’s six teams will play a 12-game schedule in San Antonio.

Spring League on Fox Sports FS1

Fox Sports recently announced they would televise the Spring League 2020 season which would be held this fall. Today, they revealed their broadcast schedule.

The Spring League’s six teams will play a 12-game schedule in San Antonio, with games held in a bubble environment at the Alamodome.

Beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 27, on FS1, we will see the Conquerors playing the Generals at 8:00 p.m. ET. The Conquerors will be led by former XFL Tampa Bay Vipers defensive coordinator, and Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons head coach, Jerry Glanville. Another recognizable name in that matchup will be Generals quarterback Zach Mettenberger, a former LSU alum and Tennessee Titan quarterback.

Throughout this series of games, XFL fans will surely see many recognizable names and future football stars showcasing their skills on the gridiron.

The Spring League will continue its 12-game schedule through November, leading up to their championship. Games are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with 7 of the 12 games scheduled to be broadcast on FS1, and also on and the Fox Sports app.

Spring League Broadcast Schedule

Broadcasted games are in bold.

Week 1
Oct. 27: Alphas vs. Blues – 12:00 pm ET
Oct. 27: Aviators vs. Jousters – 4:00 pm ET
Oct. 27: Conquerors vs. Generals – 8:00 p.m. – FS1

Week 2
Nov. 4: Blues vs. Aviators – 5:00 pm ET – FS1
Nov. 4: Alphas vs. Conquerors – 10:00 pm ET – FS1
Nov. 5: Generals vs. Jousters – 8:00 pm ET 

Week 3
Nov. 10: Jousters vs. Alphas – 8:00 pm ET  – FS1
Nov. 11: Conquerors vs. Aviators – 3:00 pm ET
Nov. 11: Blues vs. Generals – 8:00 pm ET  – FS1

Week 4
Nov. 17: Jousters vs. Conquerors – 8:00 pm ET  – FS1
Nov. 18: Alphas vs. Blues – 3:00 pm ET
Nov. 18: Aviators vs. Generals – 8:00 pm ET  – FS1

Week 5 – Playoffs
To be announced.

Broadcast teams for the Spring League telecasts have not yet been announced. Also it has not yet been determined whether or not broadcast crews will be in the bubble or working remotely.

The general public will be able to purchase single-game tickets for the games in the Alamodome. Please turn to The Spring League website for details.

Mark Nelson reports on XFL football for, and is the host of the XFL Xtra podcast. As the founder and owner of, he has been following the league since February 2000. Please feel free to contact Mark if you have an idea for a story, or to suggest a guest for the podcast. Email: Twitter:

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