American 7’s Football League Unveiling Eight Central Florida Expansion Teams
By American 7's Football League // January 22, 2021
no-helmets, no pads, full-contact tackle football is entering its seventh hard-hitting season
ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Pioneering no-helmets, no pads, full-contact tackle football is entering its seventh hard-hitting season and continues its rapid nationwide growth with the unveiling of eight Central Florida expansion teams.
This new Central Florida Division based in Orlando, along with the formal launch of the league’s first West Coast Division in San Diego, brings the total number of A7FL divisions to four and teams to 32, all of whom will start their 2021 season on April 11.
“We’re excited to expand beyond our Northeast base,” said A7FL CEO Sener Korkusuz.
“Orlando is the 50-yard line for football-crazed Florida, which is filled with passionate fans and tons of gridiron talent. It is the largest US metropolitan area without professional football so the A7FL is going to fill that gap. We’re proud to bring the A7FL and its unique on-field enhancements to the Sunshine State.”
The A7FL enters 2021 with more than 600K social media followers and distribution via Facebook Watch, Twitch, Eleven Sports (cable and satellite), and Wave. tv.
With its incredible viral videos (ESPN’s SportsCenter shared a league video in October that generated over 20 million views); young fan base (76% are 18-34); and strong heritage (six seasons including 2020 Back in Motion Tournament Presented by Salus); the league is primed to crown a true national champion in 2021.
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