The Spring League is returning later this week May 6th on Fox, FS1 and FS2. We’ve seen all of the coaches and even some of the players, but with the season right around the corner we finally have the full rosters for the leagues North Division. Starting Sunday night, TSL started dropping the rosters one team at a time, starting with the Alphas.
The Spring League has expanded to eight teams this year and will be playing in two hub cities over a six-week season. The North Division will be housed out of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN and Rice Stadium in Houston, TX will be the home to The Spring League’s Southern Division.
With XFL on the sidelines for 2021 and CFL delayed until August 5th, The Spring League is in prime position to capitalize. Couple that with their partnership with FOX and this season has the potential to be a huge success. We’re seeing a lot of former AAF, NFL and XFL coaches join TSL this year to help mold the next generation of football stars. We’re also seeing some former XFL talent coming on board, including Luis Perez reuniting with his New York Guardians coach Kevin Gilbride.
UPDATE: The rosters for The Spring League’s South Division, you can view them here.
You can take a look at the full rosters for The Spring League’s North Division franchises below:
Now that we have all of the rosters for each of The Spring League’s North Division’s teams, we now anticipate the rosters for the South Division. The season kicks off Thursday, so you’d expect we’ll see them before then.
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