All postseason games will be shown on CBS Sports Network
LAS VEGAS– The final weekend of the regular season did not disappoint. TheWashington Valorsnapped a three-game losing streak and beat theBaltimore Brigade, 42-35 in their final regular season home game. The top spot came down to the second game of the day, as theAlbany Empirebeat thePhiladelphia Soul, 71-57. Matchups are now set for the playoffs and all five games of the postseason will be shown on CBS Sports Network.
Here is the postseason seeding:
1. Albany Empire (8-4)
2. Baltimore Brigade (7-5)
3. Philadelphia Soul (7-5)
4. Washington Valor (2-10)
Game 1 of Home and Home Series:
Albany Empire at Washington Valor on Saturday, July 14 at 7 p.m. ET
Baltimore Brigade at Philadelphia Soul on Sunday, July 15 at 6 p.m. ET
Game 2 of Home and Home Series:
Philadelphia Soul at Baltimore Brigade on Friday, July 20 at 7 p.m. ET
Washington Valor at Albany Empire on Saturday, July 21 at 7:30 p.m. ET
*If the teams split Games 1 and 2 and the aggregate score is tied following regulation of the second game, the game will move to a standard overtime period to determine which team will advance.
ArenaBowl XXXI will take place the weekend of July 28 and be hosted by the participating team with the highest regular season home attendance average.
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