Week 10 UFL Schedule: Complete List of Football Games on Today With TV Channels, Start Times, and More

Who faces off in the Week 10 UFL schedule? Here are the games for the last week of the UFL season, including start times, channels, and more.

After nine weeks, the UFL has reached the final week of its inaugural spring season.

While the conference championship participants created quite a gap between the top and bottom, who will end the 2024 season on a positive note? Here’s who faces off in the Week 10 UFL Schedule.

The Birmingham Stallions will be looking to get a win after last week’s surprising loss, but will the San Antonio Brahmas be able to stay atop the XFL Conference? The St. Louis Battlehawks’ Week 9 loss to the Arlington Renegades shocked many, but the injury bug finally took a toll with AJ McCarron out.

The winner of the Battlehawks vs. Brahmas Week 10 showdown will determine who hosts the XFL Conference Championship matchup. While the Panthers could upset the Stallions and tie them in the standings, Birmingham’s home-field advantage was already secured.

Here are all the Week 10 UFL schedule games, inluding start times, channels, and more.

Who Goes Head-to-Head in the Week 10 UFL Schedule?

Week 10’s action begins on Saturday with a preview of Conference Championship weekend. The Panthers head to Protective Stadium to face off against the Stallions, who finally suffered a loss against San Antonio in Week 9. Speaking of the Brahmas, they travel to St. Louis to take on the Battlehawks.

On the other hand, Sunday sees the bottom of the league duking it out as the DC Defenders host the Renegades at Audi Field, followed by the Houston Roughnecks taking on the Memphis Showboats to finish off the regular season.

Michigan Panthers at Birmingham Stallions

  • Date: Saturday, June 1
  • Start time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Channel: ESPN

This matchup might not be as easy as the first eight weeks of the Stallions’ season seemed. Michigan is one of the hotter teams in the league right now, riding a five-game win streak and threatening to tie Birmingham after dominating the standings for nine weeks.

The Panthers have utilized quite the cast of QBs during this run. With Danny Etling going down a couple of weeks ago, Michigan was forced to play a combo of Bryce Perkins and Brian Lewerke under center. However, even with Etling’s return last week, Perkins was the signal-caller who led the Panthers to a come-from-behind win.

While Birmingham QB Adrian Martinez struggled against San Antonio in the 16-9 loss, the rushing attack was practically silenced. Don’t expect the Stallions backfield to be a no-show back-to-back weeks. Added support from the playmakers should see Birmingham bounce back nicely after a rough Week 9 outing.

San Antonio Brahmas at St. Louis Battlehawks

  • Date: Saturday, June 1
  • Start time: 4 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

Saturday evening’s stage is set for a massive XFL conference showdown between the Brahmas and Battlehawks in The Dome at America’s Center. St. Louis looks to end the season positively after losing two of the last three games. Meanwhile, a San Antonio win would clinch the Conference for the first time in franchise history.

San Antonio will see Chase Garbers start again after the Week 1 starter missed more than half the season with a wrist injury. Garbers played more than expected in Week 9 after Quinten Dormady was knocked out. Garbers adjusted well after missing five weeks and will look to polish his game ahead of the Conference Championship.

Meanwhile, the Battlehawks welcome QB AJ McCarron back with open arms after the last three weeks’ offensive struggles. Manny Wilkins did his best to keep St. Louis’ momentum going, but the offense could not maintain drives and saw too many scoring opportunities disappear.

Will McCarron return the spark that was missing in his absence?

Arlington Renegades at DC Defenders

  • Date: Sunday, June 2
  • Start time: Noon ET
  • Channel: ABC

Oh, how the mighty fall from just a season ago.

While the Renegades and Defenders have been eliminated from playoff contention, they faced off in the XFL Championship Game just last season. The season did not turn out as either franchise had hoped, and both will regroup and prepare for next season.

Despite the 2-7 season, the Renegades had some bright spots, specifically QB Luis Perez. Perez started all 10 weeks, completed 67.6% of his passes for 2094 yards, and threw 15 touchdowns compared to just two interceptions.

If Arlington can keep Perez next season, some defensive improvement has to be the priority.

Unfortunately for DC, QB Jordan Ta’amu hasn’t had the same success from last season.

In nine games, Ta’amu has completed just 58.1% of his passes, the lowest of the starting QBS. He also leads the UFL in interceptions with nine.

Was it an off year, or will the Defenders need a new answer under center?

Houston Roughnecks at Memphis Showboats

  • Date: Sunday, June 2
  • Start time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

The final matchup of the week typically wouldn’t mean much in a game between two 1-8 teams. However, the UFL has added a unique twist to motivate both squads.

Deemed the “Tank Bowl,” the matchup winner will be awarded the first overall pick in the 2025 UFL Draft, initially done by the USFL in 2022. Who will win the UFL’s Tank Bowl?

While the offense was a sore spot throughout the season for the Roughnecks, things have taken a turn for the good the last couple of weeks. QB Nolan Henderson has taken his opportunity to start and run with it, literally. With his effectiveness as a passer and rusher, other playmakers are getting a strain lifted from their load.

The same cannot be said for the Showboats, who moved on from former spring league stud QB Case Cookus after an abysmal season. Josh Love will start this matchup as Memphis turns to their third signal-caller this season. RB Darius Victor did impress with a 100-yard day in Week 9 and could be the player Memphis leans on in their season finale.

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