UFL Schedule Week 4: Entire List of Football Games On Today With TV Channels, Start Times, and More

Who faces off in the UFL schedule in Week 4? Here's a look at the matchups, including the start times, channels, and more.

The UFL season continues, with Week 4 kicking off on Saturday. With a slight tweak from previous weeks, what does the UFL Schedule for Week 4 look like?

The Birmingham Stallions dominated the Memphis Showboats in Week 3 and are the sole undefeated UFL team after the San Antonio Brahmas’ loss.

With a Saturday night doubleheader, what is the UFL schedule in Week 4? Here are the matchups for this weekend.

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Week 4 features a slight change from the standard format fans have become accustomed to over the first three weeks of the UFL season.

Week 4 kicks off on Saturday in St. Louis as the Battlehawks take on the Memphis Showboats.

Then, on Saturday night, the UFL will have its first double header of the season, with the D.C. Defenders taking on the Stallions and the Michigan Panthers facing off against the Brahmas at 7 p.m. ET.

That leaves a Sunday afternoon Texas showdown between the Arlington Renegades and Houston Roughnecks.

Here’s a look at the Week 4 UFL schedule.

Arlington Renegades at Houston Roughnecks

  • Date: Sunday, April 21, 2024
  • Start time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FS1

The weekend’s final game sees the two winless UFL squads, the Arlington Renegades and Houston Roughnecks, go head-to-head in Rice Stadium. Which team will break their losing streak? The Renegades have lost by four points in the last two weeks. While QB Luis Perez and the offense have been on fire, the defense has been Swiss cheese.

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Despite efforts to revamp and improve the unit in the offseason, Arlington’s defense ranks last in multiple categories. While Perez and the offense are scoring points, the defense is allowing opponents to match them just as quickly.

Meanwhile, the Roughnecks offense has not played well this season but could have a turnaround in Week 4. 2023 USFL Offensive Player of the Year RB Mark Thompson is set to return from a knee sprain and could be the spark Houston needs. If the offense can’t get momentum, Houston’s low coverage grades on defense will be an issue against Perez.

Memphis Showboats at St. Louis Battlehawks

  • Date: Saturday, April 20, 2024
  • Start time: 12:30 p.m. ET
  • Channel: ABC

Week 4 of the UFL schedule begins at The Dome at America’s Center as the Battlehawks host the Showboats.

St. Louis’ victory over the Brahmas last week was massive, as it moved them to the top of the XFL Conference after San Antonio’s hot start.

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Battlehawks QB A.J. McCarron continues to play well after a slow start in Week 1. He leads the UFL in passing touchdowns among active QBs and has yet to throw an interception.

The offense’s eruption couldn’t have been more timely as the defense continues to struggle with limited pressure in the backfield. Can St. Louis turn things around?

Week 4’s matchup will be a telling sign that the Battlehawk’s defense will be a season-long problem. Where St. Louis struggles to get to the QB, the Showboats’ offense has struggled mightily to protect QB Case Cookus, who’s been sacked a league-high 11 times.

If St. Louis can’t generate pressure this week, the offense will have to be flawless down the stretch this season.

D.C. Defenders at Birmingham Stallions

  • Date: Saturday, April 20, 2024
  • Start time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

The first of two matchups on Saturday night sees the D.C. Defenders heading to Protective Stadium to face off against the Stallions.

The Defenders won dramatically a week ago, scoring twice in the game’s final minute to knock off the Renegades. However, despite the win, the Defenders have underperformed to start 2024. Can they turn it around against Birmingham?

The Stallions continue to be one of the hottest teams in spring football. Last week’s 33-14 win was dominant as the defense sacked Cookus eight times, and the offense moved up and down the field at will.

Birmingham HC Skip Holtz’s decision to start Adrian Martinez under center over Matt Corrall paid off, as Martinez scored three total touchdowns.

The Stallions’ ability to pressure the offense will be crucial this week. The Defenders have struggled to protect QB Jordan Ta’amu this season, and while some changes have been made along the offensive line, the lack of a ground game has not helped D.C. here.

Can the Defenders turn things around and hand the Stallions their first loss of the season?

Michigan Panthers at San Antonio Brahmas

  • Date: Saturday, April 20, 2024
  • Start time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

The second game of Saturday’s doubleheader features the Michigan Panthers going to the Alamodome to take on the Brahmas.

San Antonio sees a significant change this week after losing QB Chase Garbers for the season after he suffered a wrist injury in Week 3. The injury puts Quinten Dormady under center for the Brahmas as he makes his UFL debut.

Dormady had an up-and-down season in the XFL in 2023. A member of the Orlando Guardians, Dormady was let go after he allegedly leaked the playbook. After being cleared, the QB went off for Orlando, passing for over 300 yards and scoring six touchdowns against the Defenders in Week 7. Can he do better in Brahmas OC A.J. Smith’s system?

Meanwhile, Panthers QB E.J. Perry had one of the best games of his season as he continues to be dangerous on the ground. However, every week, his passing makes leaps and bounds. The Brahmas are no easy defensive matchup, but can Perry’s momentum keep Michigan over .500?

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