Week 6 UFL Schedule: Complete List of Football Games on Today With TV Channels, Start Times, and More

    What are the matchups for the Week 6 UFL schedule? Here's a look at who faces off this weekend, as well as start times, channels, and more.

    Just like that, the inaugural UFL season is past the halfway point as the eight franchises make their final pushes for the playoffs. Will it be another week of one-sided domination on the Week 6 UFL Schedule?

    Week 5 of the UFL season featured four handily won games by the expected victors. While the San Antonio Brahmas had the smallest margin of victory at 10 points, the other three games were decided by more than 17 points.

    Here are all the Week 6 UFL Schedule matchups, including the start times, channels, and more.

    What Games Are on the Week 6 UFL Schedule Today?

    Week 6 of the UFL season sees another even split of games between Saturday and Sunday.

    Week 6 kicks off early Saturday afternoon as the Birmingham Stallions and Memphis Showboats prepare for a noon Eastern kickoff. Then, at 3 p.m. ET, the St. Louis Battlehawks will host the Houston Roughnecks.

    Sunday begins at 1 p.m. ET as the Arlington Renegades head to Detroit to take on the Michigan Panthers.

    Finally, the Week 6 action wraps up in the Nation’s capital as the Brahmas take on the D.C. Defenders at 4 p.m. ET.

    Here’s a look at the Week 6 UFL Schedule.

    Birmingham Stallions at Memphis Showboats

    • Date: Saturday, May 4, 2024
    • Start time: Noon ET
    • Channel: ABC

    The Week 6 UFL action starts at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium as the Showboats host the red-hot Stallions in a rematch from Week 3. The Stallions dispatched Memphis with ease 33-14 when the Showboats came to Birmingham, and not much has changed for these franchises since.

    After winning in Week 1, the Showboats have endured a four-game losing streak, primarily due to offensive ineptitude.

    While QB Case Cookus hasn’t been great in 2024, he hasn’t been set up for success either. The offensive line is the worst in the league, and the Showboats rushing attack has been lackluster, gaining a measly 273 yards through five weeks.

    On the other hand, the Stallions continue to be a dominating force in spring football. They have yet to lose a game this season and have won 13 straight, dating back to 2023.

    In many areas, Birmingham is by far the best franchise on offense and defense, and with Memphis’ struggles so far, another dominating performance should be in order.

    Houston Roughnecks at St. Louis Battlehawks

    • Date: Saturday, May 4, 2024
    • Start time: 3 p.m. ET
    • Channel: FOX

    The next Saturday game on the Week 6 UFL schedule sees the Roughnecks heading to the rowdiest crowd in the league, taking on St. Louis in The Dome at America’s Center at 3 p.m. Eastern.

    The Battlehawks continue to draw tons of fans after setting the modern spring football game record in April with 40,317 attendees for the home opener in Week 2.

    Speaking of Week 2, that marks the start of St. Louis’ four-game win streak as they look to be some stiff competition for the Stallions. The Battlehawks lead the league in scoring with 30.2 points per game while being led by MVP frontrunner QB A.J. McCarron. The former NFL QB has 10 touchdowns to one interception while throwing for 1,049 yards.

    Meanwhile, the Roughnecks are the UFL’s lowest-scoring team, averaging 15.2 points per game.

    Like the Showboats, there’s a lot of pressure on Reid Sinnett, Houston’s starting QB. With a lackluster ground game and lack of playmakers, the Roughnecks will have a tough time keeping up with the best offense in the UFL.

    Arlington Renegades at Michigan Panthers

    • Date: Sunday, May 5, 2024
    • Start time: 1 p.m. ET
    • Channel: FOX

    The Panthers have stayed above .500, and that might be all they need to do to make the playoffs this season.

    With the Showboats freefalling and the Roughnecks’ only win coming against the winless Renegades, Michigan can feel comfortable with a two-game lead.

    The injury to E.J. Perry has helped the Panthers double down on their offensive identity. The RB duo of Wes Hills and Matt Colburn have excelled this season, allowing QB Danny Etling to ease into the starting position. The Panthers average 111 yards on the ground a game, which should be attainable given Arlington’s defensive issues.

    Given the Renegades’ struggles on both sides of the ball, the Panthers should be overwhelming favorites in this game.

    A win practically seals a playoff berth for Michigan, while a loss would almost certainly be the death of Arlington’s chances to be back-to-back champions.

    San Antonio Brahmas at D.C. Defenders

    • Date: Sunday, May 5, 2024
    • Start time: 4 p.m. ET
    • Channel: FOX

    The final game of the Week 6 UFL schedule sees the Defenders hosting the Brahmas in Audi Field at 4 p.m. Eastern.

    The Brahmas and Defenders go head to head for the second time this season after San Antonio took D.C. down 27-12 at the Alamodome in Week 1.

    A change at QB has forced the Brahmas to rethink the offensive game plan. San Antonio started the season with Chase Garbers as the starter. However, a wrist injury put Garbers on injured reserve, and Quinten Dormady was pushed under center.

    Dormady takes more shots down the field, as evidenced by 433 yards, two touchdowns, and four interceptions in two games.

    Currently sitting at 2-3, the Defenders must do everything to avoid a loss and stay close in the XFL standings. A win for San Antonio would push the Brahmas to 5-1, and assuming the Battlehawks take care of business against Houston, the Defenders could be three games back from playoff contention in Week 7.

    It’s do-or-die time for D.C.

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