USFL Odds, Playoff Predictions & TV Schedule

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The USFL is now right at the business end of the postseason, and we have all the latest intel for you on the newest league around including the latest odds.

Eight teams went into action from Saturday April 16, with the ultimate champion set to be crowned in the summer.

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USFL Schedule 2022 – Championship Game

We are now down to the final two teams, who will battle it out in Canton, Ohio in the USFL Championship Game this weekend.

All games are available via TV and streaming. Here are the kickoff times, spreads, channels and tune-in details:

Sunday July 3, 2022

  • Philadelphia Stars (+4.5) vs Birmingham Stallions (-4.5) (7.30pm ET

USFL Predictions – Stars vs Stallions in the Championship Game

Hope you were with our prediction last weekend, when we took Philly with a 4.5-point start to overcome New Jersey in the playoff semifinals. They did even better than that, coming away with a 19-14 win to progress.

This weekend it’s for all the marbles in Canton, and we have another nice bet lined up for you.

Philly is absolutely on the crest of a wave, the hottest of hot. It’s time to ride the Stars one last time.

They again get 4.5 points on the early line, our advice is to take it.

OddsCritic Predictions & Best Bets

  • Philadelphia Stars (+4.5) to beat Birmingham Stallions at -115 (PointsBet).

USFL Final Regular Season Standings 2022

North Division

TeamRecordPFPAvs Division
New Jersey Generals9-12321826-0
Philadelphia Stars6-42622434-2
Michigan Panthers2-82112362-4
Pittsburgh Maulers1-91472430-6

South Division

TeamRecordPFPAvs Division
Birmingham Stallions9-12341695-1
New Orleans Breakers6-41961643-3
Tampa Bay Bandits4-61621952-4
Houston Gamblers3-71962082-4

Where can you bet on the USFL?

A total of 15 states have approved legal sports betting on the USFL in 2022.

They are: Iowa, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut, Delaware, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Wisconsin

We may yet get more states joining the party.

How does the USFL season work in 2022?

Every team plays a 10-game regular season from April through May and into June. They play divisional opponents twice and teams from the other division once.

The top two teams from each division then playoff in the semifinals before the two winners of those games face off in the USFL Championship Game.

How much do USFL players get paid?

Not exactly a king’s ransom, and nobody is getting rich overnight. It is though a shop window for players hoping to get picked up by NFL teams ahead of their training camps in July and August.

Players on active rosters will pick up $45,000 while it is a $15,000 check if you are on the practice squad. Players also receive $600 per week during training camp and an $850 bonus for winning a game. There is also a $10,000 bonus if your team wins the USFL Championship.

What are the USFL teams in 2022?

In the North division have the Michigan Panthers, New Jersey Generals, Philadelphia Stars and Pittsburgh Maulers. The Birmingham Stallions, Houston Gamblers, New Orleans Breakers and Tampa Bay Bandits will play in the South.

Where are the USFL games played?

All games will be played in Birmingham, Alabama.

How many games will the USFL play in 2022?

We have a 10-game season, starting April 16.

How do USFL rosters work?

Each team has a 38-man active roster and a seven-man practice squad.

Who is coaching the USFL teams in 2022?

Some familiar names for you here:
Birmingham Stallions: Skip Holtz
Houston Gamblers: Kevin Sumlin
New Orleans Breakers: Larry Fedora
Tampa Bay Bandits: Todd Haley
Michigan Panthers: Jeff Fisher
New Jersey Generals: Mike Riley
Philadelphia Stars: Bart Andrus
Pittsburgh Maulers: Kirby Wilson