Pythons vs Outlaws fighting for the Southern Region Crown

by GDFL Media

Things are done a little different in the Southern States the River City Pythons will face the Tri-City Outlaws in the 2021 GDFL National Playoffs. Dubbed the Southern Regional Championship. 

Both teams River City Pythons & Tri-City Outlaws come into the game at 6-3 on the season and both teams scored huge upsets defeating the #1 and #2 teams in the Southern Region. 

The River City Pythons of Decatur,Alabama beat Impact South Division Champions Mississippi Roadwarriors 20-14 and the Tri-City Outlaws of Clarksville,Tennessee upset the Huntsville Rockets 28-24. The Pythons and Outlaws Both advanced to the South Regional Championship game.

Currently weather wise it’s storming in Birmingham,Alabama so join us tonight to see who will pulls out the victory as the storm continues to pound the Southern and Eastern Regions.

The game will be played at Fairfield High School. 610 Valley Rd Fairfield,Alabama Gates open at 5pm with kickoff set for 6:00 pm. Admission is $10.


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