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2 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

 

Ohio Stadium (Columbus) - 91,470

Meadowlands (East Rutherford) - 75,000

Legion Field (Birmingham) - 72,000

Citrus Bowl (Orlando) - 70,000

Alamodome (San Antonio) - 64,000

Olympic Stadium (Amsterdam) - 64,000

Wembley Stadium (London) - 63,000

Liberty Bowl (Memphis) - 62,380

Olympic Stadium (Montreal) - 61,000

Montjuic Stadium (Barcelona) - 42,000

Waldstadion (Frankfurt) - 61,000 counting the standing room in the endzones.

Hughes Stadium (Sacramento) - 23,000

 

Oh, I get it. So the Ohio Glory has the highest stadium attendance out of the teams in the WLAF.

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2 minutes ago, Gman13 said:

 

Oh, I get it. So the Ohio Glory has the highest stadium attendance out of the teams in the WLAF.

 

Those are just the capacities of the stadiums.

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4 minutes ago, Gman13 said:

Oh, so did you get the info from Wikipedia?

 

Only for the stadiums that had a historical listing of the seating capacity, because that changes every so often when stadiums get renovated.

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Here are the uniforms that were worn in the World Bowl this year...

 

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17 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

Here are the uniforms that were worn in the World Bowl this year...

 

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Hey, those uniforms look absolutely real. Anyways, any further news on the Claymores and the Warhawks yet?

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Wrong Avery my bad (LOL)

BTW, Great looking uniform matchup as well. the Fire uniforms are up there with my all time faves, very USFL worthy!!

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@Gman13 You mean the Skyhawks? I'll get to that but first some news about the expansion going on in the NFL...

 

Spoiler

On October 26, 1993, Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced that the NFL granted its 29th franchise to the Carolina Panthers, who will be owned by Richardson Sports. The 30th franchise will be granted at a later date. In the running are St Louis, Baltimore and Jacksonville.

 

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skyrunner-716x1024.jpg@gman13 I hope you mean this team in this most gloriously beautful uniform !!

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8 minutes ago, mkg74 said:

skyrunner-716x1024.jpg@gman13 I hope you mean this team in this most gloriously beautful uniform !!

 

@mkg74 you’re absolutely right! It IS the Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks!

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Here you guys go...

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Scotland will be next once I find a way to make their look stand out.

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3 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

Scotland will be next once I find a way to make their look stand out.

Ah yea! It time for my Claymores to shine and kick some butts. :)

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7 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

Scotland will be next once I find a way to make their look stand out.

 

Well, @neo_prankster, you can make an outfit like this:

 

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And here come the Scottish Claymores!!!

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C&C Welcome.

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35 minutes ago, neo_prankster said:

And here come the Scottish Claymores!!!

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C&C Welcome.

 

Finally! The Claymores and the Warhawks are here! But what about the Rhein Fire? Will they be an expansion for 1995?

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1 hour ago, Gman13 said:

 

Finally! The Claymores and the Warhawks are here! But what about the Rhein Fire? Will they be an expansion for 1995?

 

I might mix things up a bit.

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You should come up with a new concept nickname for Rhein. 

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1 hour ago, mkg74 said:

You should come up with a new concept nickname for Rhein. 

 

Yeah because I don't see Birmingham giving up the Fire without a fight, especially since they're doing pretty good at the moment. However, I must admit I'm not too familiar with the culture or history of Dusseldorf. They might end up with a generic name if they do get a team.

 

Also, with Fox possibly getting in to the NFL mix, here are the bids for the different TV contracts:

NFL (starting Fall '94)

National Football Conference (Afternoons): CBS (incumbent), Fox, NBC, ABC

American Football Conference (Afternoons): NBC (incumbent), CBS, Fox, ABC

Monday Night Football: ABC (incumbent), Fox, CBS, NBC

Sunday Nights (1st Half): TNT (incumbent), ESPN, USA Network, FX (Launching in '94)

Sunday Nights (2nd Half): ESPN (incumbent), TNT, USA Network, FX (Launching in '94)

 

WLAF (starting spring '95)
Afternoons (Europe): ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC

Afternoons (North America): ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC

Primetime: USA Network (incumbent), ESPN, TNT, TBS, FX (Launching in '94)

 

While this is going on, the thirtieth NFL team has yet to be awarded. With Memphis dropping out, here are the following bids:

- Baltimore: Group A: Barry Levinson and Boogie Weinglass, Group B: Glazer family

- St Louis: Walter Payton

- Jacksonville: Wayne Weaver, Jeb Bush, Deron Cherry, all part of Touchdown Jacksonville!

 

Two existing NFL teams are up for sale:

Los Angeles Rams

- Group headed by Dr Jerry Buss, Steven Spielberg and Magic Johnson.

- Peter O'Malley, son of Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley.

- Gene Autry, founder of the California Angels.

- Philip Anschutz & Ed Roski.

 

New England Patriots

- Jeremy Jacobs.

- Robert Kraft.

- Yawkey trust.

 

As for the possible sale of the Birmingham Fire:

- John W Henry.

- Art Williams, who owned the CFL Barracudas in real life.

- A group led by Joe Namath and Bart Starr, both Bama alumni. If selected Broadway Joe will serve as CEO and Starr the GM.

 

Here are the current World League owners:

Amsterdam Admirals: Wayne Huizenga

Barcelona Dragons: For sale

Birmingham Fire: Gavin Maloof (franchise currently up for sale)

Frankfurt Galaxy: Oliver Luck (named de-facto owner by Galaxy board of directors ahead of '93 kickoff)

London Monarchs: Jon Smith, Mick Luckhurst (25%)

Montreal Machine: Roger Dore

NY/NJ Knights: Robert FX Sillerman

Ohio Glory: John P McConnell

Orlando Thunder: Raj Bhathal, Burt Reynolds (10%)

Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks: Felix Sabates

Sacramento Surge: Fred Anderson

San Antonio Riders: Larry Benson

Scottish Claymores: Jim Speros

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Here is a prototype for the logo of the 1994 World Bowl...

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C&C Welcome.

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Just a quick heads up...

 

On November 30, 1993, the NFL awarded its 30th franchise to...

Spoiler

The Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

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