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Spokane Shock 2020 schedule is out!!!!!!!!

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON (November 26) – The Indoor Football League (IFL) today announced the reborn Spokane Shock’s 14-game 2020 schedule. Spokane opens the season on the road March 22 in North Dakota against the Bismarck Bucks. The Shock’s highly anticipated Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena home opener is set for Thursday, March 26 at 7:05pm versus the San Diego Strike Force.

The Shock play three of their first five games at home and overall host San Diego twice (March 26/May 30), Sioux Falls (April 9), Tucson (April 18), Oakland (May 9), Frisco (May 16) and Arizona (June 20) with all contests kicking off at 7:05pm.

All thirteen IFL franchises will compete in the same division in 2020 with the top eight teams qualifying for the postseason.

The first round of the playoffs is set for the July 4th weekend as the #1 seed hosts the #8 seed, #2 hosts the #7 seed, #3 hosts the #6 seed and the #4 seed hosts the #5 seed. The highest remaining seeds will host the second round the following weekend with the United Bowl championship game scheduled for the July 25th weekend in the home arena of the highest advancing seed.

Season tickets are on sale now with fans invited to join the 9th Man in Deaf Valley this spring. For a limited time, former Shock season ticket holders have priority to get their same seat locations. To purchase or for more information, please visit

Mar. 22 at Bismarck Bucks 12:05 PM
Mar. 26 San Diego Strike Force 7:05 PM
Apr. 3 at Quad City Steamwheelers 5:05 PM
Apr. 9 Sioux Falls Storm 7:05 PM
Apr. 18 Tucson Sugar Skulls 7:05 PM
Apr. 24 BYE WEEK
May 2 at Arizona Rattlers 6:05 PM
May 9 Oakland Panthers 7:05 PM
May 16 Frisco 7:05 PM
May 24 at Tucson Sugar Skulls 3:05 PM
May 30 San Diego Strike Force 7:05 PM
June 6 at Sioux Falls Storm 5:05 PM
June 13 at Frisco 5:05 PM
June 20 Arizona Rattlers 7:05 PM
June 27 at San Diego Strike Force 6:05 PM

About Spokane Shock
The Spokane Shock are a professional arena football team based in Spokane, Washington. The Indoor Football League (IFL) franchise plays home games at the Spokane Arena. The Shock are coached by Billy Back and owned by Sam Adams.

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