ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE returns this Friday and sports fans can now check out the AFL betting and AFL odds at SBG Global. The AFL Live, powered by NIFTY’S patented online broadcasting technology, will provide Free-for-View live access to all AFL regular season games, with the exception of the weekly designated Game of the Week to be televised on the NFL Network.
Arena Football League games are very popular in United States of America and Canada. Arena Football League is an indoor replica of the National Football League. Of course, the television audience of arena football conferences and arena football divisions’ games is somewhat smaller, but this is quite reasonable – the Arena Football League was founded only at the end of 20th century. So, it still has good chances to earn more popularity in the future.
It’s already March 30th, which means it’ll soon be April 1st, which means ARENA Football League begins on Friday night when the CHICAGO RUSH visits the IOWA BARNSTORMERS, and the NFL network will be televising the first of the 18 weekly games on Friday nights. The new breed arena football league called ‘Arena Football 1′ will be made up of former AFL teams along with teams from ‘AFL2′ which was nominally the ‘minor league affiliate’ of the sport. Be sure to see the AFL betting and AFL odds and lines at SBGGlobal.com.
With the new TV deal, it’s only a matter of time before sportsbooks start to offer action on AF1 games and possibly at some point the other leagues. While never a significant part of sportsbooks total action, arena football has always been a good ‘niche’ sport and another thing for them to offer during the relatively slow (at least in the US market) summer months. For the sports betting enthusiast, arena football with its wide open play and high scores is a very entertaining sport to bet on. For the serious sports bettor, the more sports available in the marketplace the better. So you sports bettingenthusiasts and AFL fans see the AFL betting action and AFL odds and lines at one of the World’s most respected sportsbooks at SBGGlobal.com.
The games will be televised in HD, and they’ll feature “in-game audio techniques” aimed at capturing “the high-scoring action and fast-paced intensity” of the AFL. Not sure exactly what that means, but you can find out by being tuned in and watching the action.