USFL international broadcast information: How to watch outside the U.S.
When the USFL kicks off its inaugural season Saturday, football fans around the world will be able to tune in. Here's how.
When the United States Football League kicks off its inaugural 2022 season this Saturday (7:30 p.m. ET on FOX), football fans around the world will be able to partake in an exciting, new brand of football.
On Wednesday, the USFL announced that it will present its inaugural 2022 season in more than 130 countries worldwide, beginning this Saturday, April 16, with the historic kickoff game between the New Jersey Generals and Birmingham Stallions at the state-of-the-art Protective Stadium here in Birmingham.
NBC Sports and FOX Sports will present a live, 14-game USFL schedule internationally, including both semifinal playoff games and the championship game.
The countries in which USFL games will be available, which is expected to grow, include all of North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and all major English-speaking markets featuring Canada, the UK and Ireland, South Africa, and Australia
Here is the current list of global broadcast markets outside of North America:
Central African Republic
Congo, Republic of the
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
São Tomé and Príncipe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
United Arab Emirates
For more on the international distribution partners, click here.
The USFL is also proud to announce that games will be available through the American Forces Network to U.S. service members stationed around the world.
Domestically, NBC Sports Audio on SiriusXM will carry the audio broadcast of each 2022 game presented on NBC, USA Network, and Peacock. In addition, FOX Sports on SiriusXM will carry the audio of all USFL games televised on FOX and FS1.
Looking for even more USFL content? Head over to the USFL section on the FOX Sports app and website for all the latest news, and make sure to follow the USFL and your favorite team — or teams! — while you're there.