The America South Football Alliance membership will gather for its Inaugural meeting next week at the Wingate by Wydham Hotel in Mobile, AL. League Leadership, Directors, Coaches, and Staff of the America South Football Alliance 16 teams, will attend the meeting on Saturday, November 10, 2018.
“I expect our meetings with our league staff, directors, and coaches to be very productive, as we are laying the ground work for something great for our athletes and communities” said ASFA President Gary Johnson.
This meeting will be the foundation meeting of the league as the league prepare to hit the field in January of 2019 with team tryouts. The league will kick off official play in April of 2020. Many items of business are expected to be discussed and finalized during this one-day meeting; along with team inaugural schedule release, conference and division announcement, finalizing home field locations, along with so much more. The public will be able to meet all the staff and coaches, and will also have a chance to hear from all 16 head coaches as the league will have an introduction session beginning at 3:00pm.
The America South Football Alliance (The ASFA), a nonprofit semi-pro development football league, was founded in July of 2018 nearly 100 years after the NFL was founded. With the conference office in Mobile, Alabama, The ASFA is comprised of the following teams: Port City Warriors (Mobile, AL), Eastern Shore Viking (Fairhope, AL), Opelika Rams (Opelika, AL), Tuscaloosa Ravens (Tuscaloosa, AL), Bessemer Rhinos (Bessemer, AL), Birmingham Bears (Birmingham, AL), Chattanooga Panthers (Chattanooga, TN), Jonesboro Spartans (Jonesboro, GA), Cobb County Bandits (Marietta, Ga), North Atlanta Stallions (Duluth, GA), Columbus Knights (Columbus, Ga), Jackson Pride (Jackson, Ms), Hattiesburg Beavers (Hattiesburg, Ms), Gulf Coast Tigers (Ocean Springs, MS), Lake Charles Red Wolves (Lake Charles, La), and the Houston Liberty (Houston, Tx).