Jacksonville, FL – Amateur to Professional Developmental Football League (APDFL) has announced the return of Rivalry week for the 2019 season. In 2018 the famous “Rivalry” week was sidelined as the APDFL looked to display a high level rivalry game on a weekly basis. “With the recent development of several additional rivalries across the league, bringing back rivalry week will not only allow for teams to face-off against their biggest foe during one week across the league, but will also ensure that these additional games are put on display as well,” said APDFL Commissioner Bernard Hunt.
Rivalry week is scheduled to take place the weekend of April 6, 2019 in conjunction with the Anti-Bully Campaign. “We strategically scheduled it for this specific weekend as it falls the weekend after a league wide bye week,” said Hunt. “Most teams are aware of who they will be matched up against as they will be facing teams and players that they are familiar with while others will be building new rivalries for the first time.”
Whatever the match-ups are for rivalry week, 2019 just got better!