The AAF has officially filed Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
BREAKING: @TheAAF has filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
– In the filings, the league claims assets of $11.3 million and liabilities of $48.3 million.
– According to the documents, the league has $536,160.68 in cash. pic.twitter.com/IsOlGi2yoO
— Front Office Sports (@frntofficesport) April 17, 2019
Statement from the league:
“We are deeply disappointed to be taking this action. The AAF was created to be a dynamic, developmental professional football league powered by an unprecedented alliance between players, fans and the game. The AAF strove to create new opportunities for talented players, coaches, executives and officials while providing an exciting experience for fans. We are proud of the fact that our teams and players delivered on that goal.”
“We thank our players, coaches and employees for their commitment to the game of football and to this venture. Our fans believed in the AAF from the beginning, and we thank them for their support. We are hopeful that our players, coaches and others will find opportunities to pursue their football dreams in the future.”
The AAF claims assets of $11.3 million but has liabilities of $48.3 million and roughly $536,000 in cash. By filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy the league can now start selling off its assets.
Stay tuned to Bucsreport.com for further details.