The Spring League returned earlier this month based out of two hub locations. The North Hub would be set out of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and the South would be housed out of Rice Stadium in Houston.
When the locations were announced, there wasn’t any information on ticket sales initially. Then, we saw the tickets go on sale in Indianapolis, only to find out that all of the games out of Houston would be closed to the public.
That is, until today. Just now, The Spring League announced that this years TSL Championship would be hosted out of the South Divisions Rice Stadium.
The first and only game open to the public in Houston will be the #TSL2021 Championship!
The winner of the North Division will face the winner of the South Division at 3 pm ET/2 CT at Rice Stadium. The game will be aired on FOX.
Tickets are on sale now: https://t.co/XzMRoXyi4a pic.twitter.com/IApafOCMf2
— The Spring League 🏈 (@TheSpringLeague) May 26, 2021
The even better news, tickets are on sale now! We’re still only halfway through the season, so it’s hard to say who will be appearing. That being said, we’re only a few weeks out from knowing who will battle it out.
This year has been the biggest for the league to date, being the first to gave all games televised. The partnership with FOX seems to be paying dividends, with ratings staying steady so far for the league.
This years TSL Championship is set to air on FOX at 3pm ET on June 19th, which is huge news. TSL also confirms with this tweet that there no other games open to the public in Houston, other than the Championship game.
We definitely plan on attending this years TSL Championship. If you’re in the area, do you plan on checking it out? Will you tune in on TV? Let us know down in the comments below or join the conversation on Discord.