Bankrupt Arena Football League Having Auction to Sell Assets
The Atlantic City Blackjacks lasted just one season on the boardwalk, but was really through no fault of their own. In November of 2019, the entire Arena Football League league ceased operations, ending the Blackjacks run after just one season.
Now you can buy a piece of that history according to FOX business, the bankrupted league league is planning on selling it's assets from now until June 23.
"This auction is a historic opportunity for sports enthusiasts, coaches, and indoor football investors to acquire an extraordinary amount of equipment," said Paul Brown, vice president of GA Global Partners. "From complete indoor football field systems to game uniforms, people will be able to bid on individual lots or together as an entire league."
As mentioned uniforms, team memorabilia, and more from all six teams, including the Blackjacks and Philadelphia Soul -- will be available for bidding and can be purchased as part of the bankruptcy proceedings.
Some of the stuff up for bid include:
A variety of AFL equipment and memorabilia is up for grabs, including team football helmets, practice jerseys, game uniforms, footballs, practice equipment and more. Five indoor arena football field rigs are also available for purchase.
Per the article, the auction will take place online, with physical inspections of items available by appointment only.