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Fan Controlled Football (FCF) Releases 2021 -2022 Combine Schedule

We hear from many football players asking about tryouts for the USFL, XFL, and FCF. Now here is their chance. Fan Controlled Football (FCF) has released its schedule for their 2021 and 2022 Combine. 

The locations and dates are.

Dec 4th – Arlington, TX

Dec 18th – Los Angeles, CA

Jan 8th – Atlanta, GA

Feb 5th – Orlando, FL

Feb 26th – Atlanta, GA

“Got someone you want to see in the FCF? Tag us in one of their posts to show us what they’ve got! Already think you have what it takes? “

Players can apply here

Fan Controlled Football (FCF), the only professional sports league that empowers fans to call the shots, announced its official return to the field for Season v2.0 in Spring 2022 and its new strategic media partnership with NBCLX, NBCUniversal Local’s TV and streaming network that serves adults 18-45. NBCLX will present live coverage of all FCF Season v2.0 pre-season, regular-season, and post-season games, including The People’s Championship.

In Season v2.0 the league is doubling in size from four (4) to eight (8) teams with the return of the original core four: Wild Aces, Beasts, Zappers, and Glacier Boyz. The upcoming nine-week season will kick off in the Spring of 2022 with seven regular-season weeks and one playoff week, culminating in the People’s Championship. Purpose-built for the digital audience, each game clocks 60 minutes in length and is played on a 50-yard x 35-yard field with 10-yard end zones. All games are live-streamed on Twitch via the Command Center at and FCF mobile application.

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  1. Jake

    December 31, 2021 at 10:01 am

    Are we ever going to find out when the USFL is going to hold tryouts and such? The USFL seems to be awfully quiet in this regard for a league that’s trying to start up only 4 months from now.

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