Birmingham Stallions USFL 2023 schedule: Everything you need to know

The full Birmingham Stallion schedule for the 2023 USFL season was released on Tuesday.

The defending champion Stallions, coached by Skip Holtz, open the season against the New Jersey Generals on April 15 at Protective Stadium.

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Here’s a look at Birmingham’s 10 regular season games for 2023:

Week 1
April 15: against the New Jersey generals at Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 7:30 p.m. ET

Week 2
April 22: against. Memphis Showboats in Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 7 p.m. ET

Week 3
April 29: against New Orleans Breakers in Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 12:30 p.m. ET

Week 4
May 7: at Pittsburgh Maulers in Canton, Ohio; Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium; 6:30 p.m. ET

Week 5
May 13: against Houston Gamblers in Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 4 p.m. ET

Week 6
May 20: the Michigan Panthers in Detroit; Ford field; 4 p.m. ET

Week 7
May 27: at New Orleans Breakers in Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 4 p.m. ET

Week 8
June 3: vs. Philadelphia Stars in Birmingham, Alabama; Protective stage; 3 p.m. ET

Week 9
June 11: at Houston Gamblers in Memphis; Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium; 2 p.m. ET

Week 10
June 17: at Memphis Showboats in Memphis; Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium; 4 p.m. ET


Here are the first championship futures, via FOX Bet:

Stallions: +300
Generals: +325
Breaker: +500
Showboats: +500
Stars: +550
Players: +600
Panthers: +700
Maulers: +800


The Stallions finished first in the South Division at 9-1. Defeated the Philadelphia Stars 33-30 in the 2022 Championship game.



After winning the USFL Championship last year, Skip Holtz’s Stallions are a great choice to repeat in 2022. However, the Stallions were the only team with real home-court advantage and their games were often the most frequented by the league.

Their detractors would say home and crowd advantage gave the Stallions an unfair advantage, and Stallions fans would tell you they needed to win two games in Canton, Ohio to be crowned league champions.

Either way, Holtz is bringing back more players who helped him win that title, including quarterback Smith, former Alabama running back Scarborough and former All-American Wright for help him defend their title.

Perhaps the first time we’ll see what the Stallions look like playing against a crowd that isn’t cheering them on won’t be until Week 4, when the Stallions travel to Canton, Ohio to face the Pittsburgh Maulers.

[Skip Holtz eager to run it back in 2023]

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