Key Points:

  • The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis selected as the venue for the 2024 UFL Championship Game.
  • UFL President and St. Louis Mayor highlight the city’s passion for football and readiness for the event.
  • The Battlehawks’ record attendance underscores St. Louis’s strong football community support.

St. Louis Embraces UFL Championship

The United Football League announced today that the 2024 UFL Championship Game will be held at The Dome at America’s Center, home of the St. Louis Battlehawks. The game is scheduled for June 16, 2024, with a kickoff time at 5 pm ET/4 pm CT, broadcast on FOX. This decision underscores the league’s recognition of St. Louis’s vibrant fanbase and its history of supporting football.

A City United for Football

UFL President and CEO Russ Brandon remarked, “Selecting the championship game location goes beyond the stadium—it’s about the community and fanbase. St. Louis’s enthusiasm for spring football has made it the ideal choice.” Mayor Tishaura O. Jones echoed this sentiment, welcoming fans nationwide to experience the city’s fervor for the game.

“St. Louisans are excited…Soon, UFL fans from across the country will learn: Kaw is the law.”

Unprecedented Local Support

The Battlehawks have led the league in attendance, with all five home games during the 2023 season setting records, demonstrating the city’s deep-rooted support for the team.

“After setting league attendance records…we’re thrilled to welcome the UFL Championship game to the Gateway City in 2024,” said Kitty Ratcliffe, President of Explore St. Louis.

A Championship Like No Other

With the excitement building towards the 2024 Championship, Daryl Johnston, UFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations, anticipates an unparalleled experience for teams and fans alike,

“Our Teams will feed off the energy and excitement that the St. Louis fans bring to the building.”

This announcement not only sets the stage for a thrilling championship game but also solidifies St. Louis’s position as a central hub for Spring football. With the community’s unwavering support and a venue that has hosted numerous major events, the 2024 UFL Championship is poised to be a memorable celebration of the first season of the United Football League.

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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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