Birmingham Stallions, Two-Time USFL Champions, Take on San Antonio Brahmas in St. Louis

FOX Sports Amplifies Tech-Forward Approach to Game Coverage, Bringing Viewers More Real-Time Access than Ever Before

FOX Sports’ award-winning broadcaster Curt Menefee teams with critically acclaimed analyst Joel Klatt on the call for the inaugural United Football League (UFL) Championship presented by the U.S. Army, featuring the Birmingham Stallions taking on the San Antonio Brahmas live from The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis on Sunday, June 16, at 5:00 PM ET on FOX, FOX Deportes and the FOX Sports app.

Menefee and Klatt are joined by former NFL quarterback and FOX Sports analyst Brock Huard, who will report from the sidelines.

The two-time USFL champion Birmingham Stallions, led by coach Skip Holtz, defeated the Michigan Panthers 31-18 last Saturday in the USFL Conference Championship, while the San Antontio Brahmas, coached by Wade Phillips, held off the St. Louis Battlehawks 25-15 Sunday in the XFL Conference Championship on FOX.

The Stallions enter Sunday’s championship on FOX with five players from the inaugural All-UFL Team, including quarterback and UFL MVP Adrian Martinez, tight end Jace Sternberger, offensive guard Zack Johnson, defensive lineman Carlos Davis and safety A.J. Thomas.

The Brahmas have two players on the All-UFL Team – offensive guard Kohl Levao and inside linebacker Tavante Beckett.

FOX DEPORTES

FOX Deportes offers live, comprehensive coverage of the marquee game, featuring Jaime Motta on play-by-play and analyst Jorge Carlos Mercader. Coverage begins gameday at 4:00 PM ET.

Additionally, the network’s daily program, TOTAL SPORTS 360, provides UFL coverage with up-to-the-minute reports, highlights, interviews and more.

DIGITAL

The UFL title game also will be available to stream in 4K on connected TV and “living room” apps, including Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV and Roku devices. Viewers joining the live game late on authenticated streaming devices can choose to catch up on all the key moments missed with ‘Catch-Up with Highlights’ option or jump straight into live play.

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

FOX Sports caps the season with a continued technology-forward approach to spring football with innovative camera angles including Beverly Hills Aerials in-action drones, Pylon Cams, ActionStreamer Helmet Cams, SkyCam, referee Hat Cams and the popular Megalodon. Unique inside-the-game audio will continue with 12 players mic’d for each game, along with the ability to listen in on all coach and referee communications.

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Mark Perry Editor
Mark Perry, a devoted sports journalist and founder of UFL News Hub, has been a key figure in XFL, USFL and UFL coverage since 2018.

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