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Shock to Begin 2013 With Road Game at Cleveland

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The Spokane Shock begin the 2013 season March 24 in Cleveland (Photo: SWX) The Spokane Shock begin the 2013 season March 24 in Cleveland (Photo: SWX)

The AFL set the table for the 2013 season on Tuesday, releasing team schedules and announcing a new TV deal with CBS Sports.

The season begins Thursday, March 21 with New Orleans hosting the Orlando Predators. The Spokane Shock's first game is three days later on the road against Cleveland – a game seen live on CBS Sports Network.

The Shock will not play at home until the fourth week of the season when they host Arizona on April 12. The very next week they hit the road for another divisional matchup with San Jose in California. Spokane ends the season July 26 with a home game against Pittsburgh.

The AFL's new TV deal with CBS Sports covers 19 regular season games, two playoff games and puts the ArenaBowl on the main CBS Network on Saturday, August 17.

 

 

 

Spokane Shock 2013 Schedule (excluding TV information still to be determined)


Sunday March 24th at Cleveland            10:00am

Sunday March 31st at Chicago                 1:00pm

Friday April 5th at Iowa                           5:00pm

Friday April 12th vs. Arizona               7:00pm

Friday April 19th at San Jose                   7:30pm

Saturday April 27th vs. Tampa Bay     7:00pm

Saturday May 4th at Utah                        6:00pm

Saturday May 11th vs. Orlando           7:00pm 

Saturday May 18th vs. New Orleans   7:00pm

Friday May 24th at San Antonio             5:30pm

Saturday June 1st vs. San Jose            7:00pm

Saturday June 8th vs. Jacksonville      7:00pm

Saturday June 15th at Arizona                 6:00pm

Friday June 21st vs. Utah                     7:00pm

Saturday July 6th at Tampa Bay             4:30pm

Saturday July 13th at Jacksonville          4:00pm

Friday July 19th vs. San Antonio        7:00pm

Friday July 26th vs. Pittsburgh            7:00pm

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