How to Watch, Stream and Bet USFL Opener

The USFL season kicks off Saturday with the Birmingham Stallions hosting the New Jersey Generals.

After the league shut down in 1986, it is set to restart in 2022, which has generated a lot of excitement among people looking to scratch their spring and summer football itch. The New Jersey Generals and Birmingham Stallions are scheduled to open the USFL season on Saturday from Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama, where all 2022 games will be played.

There’s plenty to be excited about when this league returns and you can prepare for it below.

When and where is Generals vs. Stallions?

Date: 04/16/22 | To start up: 7:30 p.m. ET

Location: Birmingham, Alabama | Stadium: Stage of protection

How to watch the generals against the stallions?

TV: NBC | Live Steam: NBC, Peacock

You can watch this match on TNT or using the TNT mobile app. Find out more at

Generals vs Stallions Betting odds, Total

Money line: Generals (+125) | Stallions (-145)
Spread: Generals +2.5 (-110) | Stallions -2.5 (-110)
Total: 42.5 Plus (-110) | Under (-110)

How Bet on Generals vs. Stallions?

In addition to traditional bets like Money Line, Point Spread and Game Total, there are a number of bets offered at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Heck, there’s nothing traditional about a USFL bet! There’s not much exciting about this Generals team, at least on paper. It’s the start of a league coming back from the dead, so there are a lot of question marks as to how the first slate will go.

That being said, you should probably side with the favorites in this one, which present some value on the money line and spread.

Can J’Mon Moore lead the Generals’ wide receivers?

Moore was an electric playmaker for the SEC’s Missouri Tigers in college and there’s certainly reason to believe he’ll be a handful again in the USFL for generals.

Will Stallions Linebacker Duo cause trouble?

The Stallions’ pass rush seems to be a strong point for this Birmingham side, especially with DeMarquis Gates and Philip Anthony”Scooby“WrightIII.