USFL Schedule Week 7: What football games are on today? TV channels, schedules, ratings

Memorial Day weekend is considered a time to celebrate America and honor its military. However, as usual, most of that true meaning is lost in the shuffle, but the weekend remains largely patriotic.

When it comes to sports, there’s often nothing more patriotic than a game of football, a game that long ago knocked baseball out of the top spot in terms of popularity in the US.

This Memorial Day weekend, the USFL will kick off the last four weeks of the 2023 regular season with four games. Only four teams will qualify for the playoffs, which makes Week 7 that much more important.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the USFL Week 7 schedule, including game times and TV information.

USFL Schedule Week 7: What games are on today?

Saturday, May 27

Match Start (ET) Location television channel
Birmingham Stallions vs. New Orleans Breakers 4:00 p.m. Birmingham fox, fubo
Philadelphia Stars vs. Pittsburgh Maulers 21:00 Canton FS1, fubo

Sunday, May 28

Match Start (ET) Location television channel
Houston Gamblers vs. Memphis Showboats 2:30 p.m. memphis United States, Fubo
Michigan Panthers vs. New Jersey Generals 5:30 pm Canton FS1, fubo

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USFL Week 7 Games TV Channels, Live Streams

Each of the four USFL games this weekend will be broadcast nationally. Saturday’s contests will air on Fox and FS1 respectively, while Sunday’s games will be split between the US and FS1. Streaming options include Peacock for the US game and Fubo, which offers a free trial for new subscribers, for all four contests.

Saturday, May 27

Stallions (4-2) vs. Breakers (4-2)

  • Kick off: 4 p.m. Eastern time
  • Television channel: Fox
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports App,, Fubo

Saturday’s roster will start later than usual, but it will bring a good opening matchup to the screen. The teams are tied three-way for the best record. The Breakers defeated the Stallions 45-31 in Week 3, so this is a revenge game for Birmingham. New Orleans has lost two in a row since winning its first four.

Stars (3-3) vs. Maulers (2-4)

  • Kick off: 9 p.m. Eastern time
  • Television channel: FS1
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports App,, Fubo

The late game on Saturday involves the less competitive North Division. Both the Stars and the Maulers have been outplayed by their opponents this season. Philadelphia has won two in a row, including an upset over New Orleans, while Pittsburgh is coming off a 22-0 shutout loss to Memphis.

Sunday, May 28

Players (4-2) vs. Showboats (3-3)

  • Kick off: 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time
  • Television channel: USA
  • Live broadcast: peacock, fubo

Sunday’s early start is a crucial matchup for Memphis. The Showboats sit a game behind the other three teams in the South, but have already lost to the Gamblers and Stallions this season. Memphis has the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Breakers. They can’t afford to lose to a Gamblers team that has won four in a row.

Panthers (2-4) vs. Generals (2-4)

  • Kick off: 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time
  • Television channel: FS1
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports App,, Fubo

The Generals are the only team in the North Division to have a positive point differential. Neither team has looked like a contender recently, but there’s a good chance one will make the postseason. New Jersey has lost three in a row, while Michigan has lost its last four after getting off to a strong start.