by GDFL Media

Memphis, Tennessee–Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) announced that it has reached an agreement with DigitalShift Interactive Inc. which will see FootballShift become the real-time scoring, official statistics software and website supplier for the GDFL beginning with the 2016-17 Season.

FootballShift is the next generation of real-time scoring and advanced league administration and statistical systems for league-based sports organizations.

"As the GDFL continues to grow, it is increasingly important for us as an organization to provide the best resources for fans to follow the game," said GDFL Chief Executive Director Charles Thompson. "Adding the real-time statistical capabilities of FootballShift is a perfect supplement to our online broadcasting initiative that we will be rolling out shortly."

“Working with the GDFL has been an exciting opportunity for DigitalShift. We both share the same passion, innovative thinking, and dedication to football. The GDFL will provide a great platform to demonstrate the exciting features of our brand new FootballShift website service. It is a pleasure to work with the team behind GDFL creating an online presence that will excite fans and sponsors.” – Brian Stanton, DigitalShift CEO/Co-Founder


Founded in 2009, DigitalShift is a digital agency building the next generation of sports management tools. DigitalShift is dedicated to providing its clients with top-notch support and services. DigitalShift’s tools have helped sports organizations around the world maximize their reach and ease the management of their operations. For more information about FootballShift, visit FootballShift.


The GDFL will begin celebration of its 8th season of play in May 2017, welcoming Kentucky Thoroughbreds, Missouri Bears to the league. The Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) is the only professional development league in the United States. The GDFL has promoted over 150 players to various other professional leagues including the Arena, CFL, NFL, & European Leagues. The GDFL currently has teams located in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Texas. Last season over 150,000 fans watched GDFL action live.

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