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  1. Hey, what's up, folks? After several months of inactivity in creating new concepts, I'm back! You may have seen my concepts before, and they're all football-related. I have some additions to these football-related concepts with, as promised, my Alliance of American Football (AAF) and XFL uniform concepts! With the 2020 XFL season coming up and the 100th season of the NFL coming to a close, it's the right time to give y'all new concepts, since both AAF and XFL will start ("had started" in the case of AAF) their seasons weeks after Super Bowl. I'm aware that XFL does not have a specific brand as the league's uniform supplier, but looking up close, XFL's uniforms are pretty the same as those in AAF. Therefore, I'm presuming that both leagues are outfitted by Starter. A huge bummer for me is that when the AAF uniforms were unveiled, they one had one set. This does not make sense especially when color-on-color matchups are too difficult to handle visually. It may had worked in the early years of NFL, but times have changed, and dark and light uniforms are required for every team. Enough about the intro, here they are! AAF East: Atlanta | Birmingham | Memphis | Orlando West: Arizona | Salt Lake | San Antonio | San Diego XFL East: DC | New York | St. Louis | Tampa Bay West: Dallas | Houston | Los Angeles | Seattle
  2. https://aaf.com/ Co-founded by Charlie Ebersol and Bill Polian, the AAF will debut a week after the 2019 Super Bowl. There are a few familiar faces spearheading this new league, including: Troy Polamalu - Head of Player Relations Jared Allen - Player Relations Executive Justin Tuck - Player Engagement Board of Advisor The league will begin with 8 teams with a 12-week schedule. Games will be broadcasted on CBS. Fans will also be able to stream games via the Alliance app. Darren Rovell tweets the league will offer players a variety of perks including Win, Stats, and Fan Engagement bonuses. Rovell also tweets the league will follow suite with the Atlanta Falcons and offer value pricing on food and drink at stadiums. https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/976116728907395072 https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/976115504019537920 Team locations will be announced in the coming weeks.
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