- Tickets to a Boston Brawlers FXFL game
- Where: Harvard Stadium
- Seating: Category A, marked in yellow on the seating chart
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Ticket Options
- Against the Blacktips on Friday, October 24, at 7:30 p.m.
- Against the Brooklyn Bolts on Friday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m.
Choose from the following ticket options:
- $20 for one ticket to one of the games (a $44.81 value)
- $30 for two tickets to one of the games (an $89.62 value)
- $40 for two tickets to both of the games (a $179.24 value)
The Scouting Report
When the Boston Brawlers stormed the gridiron against the Omaha Mammoths on October 8, they didn’t just kick off their own inaugural season—they kicked off the start of a brand new league and style of football. The Fall Experimental Football League began this month in several cities around the U.S., and the Brawlers are representing Boston during the five-game regular-season schedule.
Nearly the entire Brawlers roster is made up of players who recently spent time at professional training camps; in fact, many of them are former college stars looking to work their way up to the pros. That list includes former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, who threw the FXFL’s first-ever touchdown on opening night before having his arm dipped in gold and sent to the league’s Hall of Fame. Fans can catch Boyd and his talented teammates in action during the team’s two remaining home games at Harvard Stadium, which includes a showdown against Brooklyn on Halloween night.
The Fall Experimental Football League serves as a launching pad for players, coaches, and referees. In its first year, the FXFL brings its brand of hard-hitting excitement to four cities across the U.S., including Boston, Brooklyn, and Omaha. Though the action on the field looks familiar, the league will take some non-conventional paths to success. Games, for instance, will unfold at more intimate venues in order to further engage fans, such as smaller college stadiums and converted baseball parks. The schedule features match-ups in the middle of the week instead of the weekend, when football fans are typically pre-occupied watching other games and filling their outdoor pools with nacho cheese.