Arena Football is coming to all sports TV networks
Network will begin broadcasting games played by the Arena Football Wichita Force team.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA, April 7, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — All Sports Television Network (ALL SPORTS) announces that it will begin broadcasting home games played by professional football team member Wichita Force Champions Indoor Football League. Under terms of the agreement, the network will introduce American audiences to the league by initially airing all Wichita Force home games in 2021.
“We are thrilled to bring arena football to our viewers,” said Roger Neal Smith, President of ALL SPORTS. “Arena football is a very fast-paced game that is still largely unrecognized by football fans. We look forward to the opportunity to provide diehard football fans with the opportunity to watch their favorite sport in the spring.”
“After a tough year, we look forward to getting our players back on the field for the best season yet,” said Jeff Martin, managing partner of the Wichita Force football team. “We always want to partner with the best, so we’re thrilled to partner with All Sports Television Network to bring our games to fans around the world.
About Wichita Force and Champions Indoor Football
The Wichita Force (www.wichitaforce.com) is a professional indoor soccer team based in Mulvane, Kansas, outside of Wichita and a member of the Indoor Soccer Champions League with home games at Kansas Star Arena . The team was founded in 2014 as an expansion franchise for the 2015 season.
Champions Indoor Football (CIF) (www.gocif.net) is a professional indoor American football league born in 2014 from the merger between the Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL) and the Lone Star Football League (LSFL), plus a Indoor Football League team and two expansion teams. League teams include Wichita Force, Dodge City Law, Omaha Beef, Salina Liberty, Sioux City Bandits, Wyoming Mustangs, Amarillo Venom, Oklahoma Flying Aces and West Texas Warbirds.