UFL To Host $0 Player Tryout Camp In Atlanta

by UFL Staff

ATLANTA, GA-- The United Football League (UFL) will host a player tryout Saturday, March 5th (Postponed until further notice) in Atlanta. The tryout will provide free agent players an opportunity to display their athletic talents in front of team staff and personnel to gain a 2023 training camp contract. The league is hosting the free camp in effort to provide players and families most effected by the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 an equal opportunity to display their athletic skills and talent in front of league and team personnel. The camp which will have a participant limit has seen over have its registrations confirmed. 

Registrations for the tryout are on sale now for $75, and free players are encouraged to sign-up immediately as the tryout will be limited to 150 participants. UFL teams have garnered interest from free players across the country seeking the opportunity to join a roster. All free players are encouraged to arrive early with all necessary gear and fluids. To register now please select here.

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Players interested in please read below for more information.

[1] Any player who attains the age of 21 during the draft year has never participated in an NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA collegiate football program.

[2] Any player who has participated in an NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA collegiate football program that has exhausted or forfeited his NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA collegiate eligibility.

[3] Any player less than 21 years of age is not eligible for the Free Agent Draft that unless the player notifies the league in writing of his intention to forfeit his remaining NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA eligibility. This player must receive NGL approval in writing before the player is entered in Free Agent Draft. To receive approval player must submit an entry request at least 30 days or a date determined by the League before the draft.

[4] Any drafted player participating in any Canadian Junior League and that subsequently attends a US college and participates in NCAA or NJCAA varsity lacrosse program, will be re-entered into the draft upon exhausting or foregoing his collegiate eligibility. The team originally selecting the player will lose the player’s draft rights.

[5] Any player less than 21 years of age cannot be declared a free agent without being drafted. Any such undrafted player will automatically be re-entered in each subsequent draft until he is selected or attains the age of 21. For purposes of this By-law, a player shall be deemed to be twenty-one years of age should he attain the age of twenty-one before December 31 on the draft year.

[6] “Player” as used herein shall be deemed to mean any football player participating in NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA US collegiate football or any other player known to the league to be of draft quality.

[7] Any player that has competed professionally in a "play for pay" professional football league.

[8] Players must be in necessary physical conditioning for strenuous athletic competition. 

[9] Players are responsible for travel to and from camp locations and room and board while on location.