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Want to get your AFL fix, but can’t exactly travel the country to see all the games? No problem; Arena Football has returned to the NFL Network!

From AFL Headquarters:

After expanding to an 18-game schedule and adding four teams, the Arena Football League is on NFL Network for the second consecutive season. NFL Network will broadcast more than 20 Arena Football League games on Friday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET starting March 11, 2011. “The announcers and crew did a great job last season bringing the exciting arena atmosphere and game to fans all over the country,”

Commissioner Jerry B. Kurz said, “and we look forward to another successful season on NFL Network.” The AFL’s “Arena Football Friday” schedule on NFL Network features 23 games including 20 regular season contests. NFL Network will also showcase two playoff games and ArenaBowl XXIV on August 12, 2011.

“Arena Football Friday games provide fans with high-scoring, fast-paced action on NFL Network,” said Lawrence Randall, director of programming, NFL Network. “We look forward to our second season of live games beginning with two new teams owned by former NFL stars and concluding with the playoffs and Arena Bowl.”

The 24th season of the AFL will kick off with in-state rivals and expansion teams, Ron Jaworski’s Philadelphia Soul at Lynn Swann’s Pittsburgh Power, on NFL Network on Friday, March 11, 2011.

You can catch the Command games on April 22nd (vs. Chicago) and June 24th (against Utah), 8PM EST! The full schedule is available here.

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