• Are there any fees associated with registering?
    All fees have been waived.
  • What if I’m a free agent?
    Free agents must go through the same application process and select that they do not have a team.  Free agents will remain available for pick-up by team captains throughout the season.
  • How many people can I have on my team?
    1. Teams need at least 10 players to be accepted, and can have at most 15 players on a roster, but a team can only have 12 active players per day for regionals and 14 active players for playoffs (not per game)
    2. Once a team is accepted, it cannot remove any of its players, but it can add additional players until April 1, 2019
  • Can teams make roster changes?
    1. After regionals, a team is allowed to add up to four (4) players provided that player has not played against the team in an elimination game.
    2. After the round of 16, if a team has not used all four (4) moves, they are allowed one (1) move for the remainder of the Tournament including the final game. To avoid confusion, if a team elects to add zero (0) players in between regionals and Round 1 (the round of 16), it would only have one (1) move for the remainder of the Tournament.
    3. If a team elects to add a player and already has 15 players on its roster, it must remove (cut) one player from its roster.
  • Can I switch teams?
    If a team is eliminated from the tournament, the players from the eliminated team can be added to an active team’s roster so long as the team adding did not eliminate that team’s players.
  • Will the AFFL cover traveling fees for teams?
    Teams advancing to the next round will be awarded prize money, which can be used for travel expenses
  • What are the cash prizes?
    • Regional Winners: $7,500 per team
    • Round 1 Losers: $4,000 per team
    • Round 2 Losers: $5,000 per team
    • Round 3 Losers: $7,500 per team
    • Round 4 Losers: $10,000 per team
    • Round 5 Loser: $25,000
    • Winner (Finals): $200,000

  • When does the 2019 season start?
    April 27, 2019
  • What is the tournament format?
    The regionals are 2 days.  Day 1 is a group play event and day 2 is single-elimination.  The remaining rounds are single-elimination.
  • Can I go to any AFFL games as a spectator?
    Yes, all AFFL games will be open to the public.
  • Will any games be streamed?
    Yes, additional info TBA
  • When/where are the regionals?
    • Nashville, TN (Vanderbilt University) – April 27-28
    • Orlando, FL (Northeast Regional Park) – May 4-5
    • Fruitland, MD (Fruitland Falcons Sports Complex) – May 11-12
    • Round Rock, TX (Round Rock Multisport Complex) – May 18-19
    • Irvine, CA (Orange County Great Park) – May 18-19
    • Hempstead, NY (Hofstra University) – June 1-2
    • Day 2 championship games should be completed around 6pm
    • 16 of the 128 teams will make it to the playoffs in New Jersey.
  • When/where are the playoffs? 
    • New Jersey, June 14-16.

  • Who can play?
    Anyone 18 or older can register to play, including women. To be eligible for the 2019 season, EVERY player must complete an application in its entirety, including free agents. The more information you provide, the better we can assess your individual and/or your team’s history and skill. Only 128 teams will be participating in the 2019 AFFL season.  Admission is on a rolling basis and the application will close once all teams have been selected.
  • How do I register myself or my team to play?
    Registration for the 2019 tournament is now closed.
  • Do I need a team to register?
    No, individual participants can register as free agents and be recruited by existing teams.
  • What is the deadline to register?
    Registration to play in the AFFL’s 2019 season opened on January 17th and will close once the final team is selected.
  • How do I know if my team was selected?
    Teams will be selected at AFFL’s sole discretion.

  • For AFFL game rules, please visit our Game Rules page.