Week 7 UFL Schedule: Complete List of Football Games on Today With TV Channels, Start Times, and More

    Who goes head-to-head in the Week 7 UFL schedule? Here are all the matchups this weekend, as well as start times, channels, and more.

    The inaugural regular season of the UFL is starting to wind down as we enter Week 7. While the USFL conference is pretty much wrapped up, there’s still a chance for some movement among the top three teams in the XFL conference. Who faces off in the Week 7 UFL schedule?

    Week 6 saw the league’s best, the Birmingham Stallions and St. Louis Battlehawks, win easily yet again. Sunday’s action was a bit more entertaining, with the Michigan Panthers scoring 15 points in the second half to win. At the same time, the DC Defenders kept its playoff hopes alive after downing the San Antonio Brahmas.

    Here are all the Week 7 UFL schedule matchups, including start times, channels, and more.

    Who Faces Off on the Week 7 UFL Schedule?

    The UFL will end the season with its standard split of two games between Saturday and Sunday over the next four weeks. Additionally, there are no more doubleheaders for the remainder of the 2024 season.

    Week 7’s action starts on Saturday as the Arlington Renegades host the Memphis Showboats at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the week’s top game as the Battlehawks head to Alabama to take on the Stallions at 4 p.m. ET.

    On Sunday, the Panthers travel to the nation’s capital for a showdown with the Defenders at noon. Week 7 wraps up with a Texas battle between the Brahmas and Houston Roughnecks at 3 p.m. ET.

    Here’s a closer look at the Week 7 UFL Schedule.

    Memphis Showboats at Arlington Renegades

    • Date: Saturday, May 11, 2024
    • Start time: 1 p.m. ET
    • Channel: ESPN

    Week 7 gets started in Choctaw Stadium at 1 p.m. ET when the Showboats take on the Renegades. Both teams are desperately searching for a win. The Arlington Renegades are the only winless team in the UFL and are running out of chances to get a tally in the win column.

    However, Memphis has not been much better. After winning in Week 1, the Showboats have lost five in a row and, outside of a miracle, will likely miss the UFL playoffs. QB Case Cookus has had his ups and downs while also fighting injuries. However, Week 6 was a rough outing.

    Arlington has lost the last three weeks on last-second field goals. Given the mass amount of struggles for Memphis, can the Renegades finally take advantage? QB Luis Perez has played well all season, but Arlington will need their defense to get a stop to help them finally get the taste of victory.

    St. Louis Battlehawks at Birmingham Stallions

    • Date: Saturday, May 11, 2024
    • Start time: 4 p.m. ET
    • Channel: FOX

    It’s time for the season’s biggest game as St. Louis heads to Protective Stadium to take on the undefeated Stallions. Birmingham continues to steamroll through spring football with another dominating win in Week 6. However, the Battlehawks have won five straight games and will likely be the toughest challenge the Stallions have faced all season.

    While the main headline will be a showdown between the UFL’s best, there’s another storyline to follow. Battlehawks QB AJ McCarron returns to Alabama for the first time as a professional QB. The UFL MVP candidate was a three-year starter for the Crimson Tide and amassed a 20-3 record during his collegiate career.

    However, the Stallions won’t let the Battlehawks take the spotlight that easy. QB Adrian Martinez completed 23 of 36 passes for 368 yards and four touchdowns. Will either defense be able to contain these explosive offenses, or will this be one of the highest-scoring UFL games this season?

    Michigan Panthers at DC Defenders

    • Date: Sunday, May 12, 2024
    • Start time: Noon ET
    • Channel: ESPN

    Sunday’s UFL action gets started at Audi Field as the Defenders host the Panthers at noon ET. The Defenders need a win if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive. After taking down the Brahmas in Week 6, the Defenders are one game out of playoff contention. It won’t come easily, as the Panthers have won two straight and are on the verge of a playoff berth themselves.

    Despite the wins, the Panthers face some uncertainty under center. Already without original starter EJ Perry, backup QB Danny Etling was on the injury report this week with an injury to his non-throwing hand. If he’s not able to play, the Panthers will be forced to turn to Bryce Perkins or Brian Lewerke.

    This truly is a must-win for the Defenders. Should they lose and the Brahmas get a win, falling behind two games in Week 8 will be quite the hill to climb. DC has to take advantage of the Panthers’ injuries and hope their offense can keep their positive momentum.

    San Antonio Brahmas at Houston Roughnecks

    • Date: Sunday, May 12, 2024
    • Start time: 3 p.m. ET
    • Channel: ESPN

    The final game of the Week 7 UFL schedule sees the Brahmas heading to Rice Stadium to face off against the Roughnecks. Despite losing to the Defenders in Week 6, San Antonio still holds onto the second seed in the XFL conference. Meanwhile, the Roughnecks sit in the basement of the USFL conference with Memphis at 1-5.

    The Brahmas have stayed alive despite losing Chase Garbers to a wrist injury. While Quentin Dormady has gone 2-1 since taking over, he’s thrown five interceptions. With RB Josh Lovett heating up late in the season, the rushing attack is just another tool in offensive coordinator AJ Smith’s offense.

    The Roughnecks offense is among the worst in the league and the many reasons they sit at the bottom of the standings. However, the defense has been doing alright but will need to take advantage of Dormady’s tendency to turn the ball over if they want a chance to complicate things in the XFL conference.

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