The National Arena League has been working very hard behind the scenes to get the 2020 season ready for kickoff.
“Our primary focus has been to ensure that all safety precautions will be in place at every arena before we resume play. It's still a bit of a learning curve throughout the country with every business, not just sports,” said Commissioner Chris Siegfried “and based on the most recent information received from arenas, state and local officials, arena accessibility will not be possible until July at this point.”
The league is considering a shortened regular season along with one or two rounds for playoffs. The NAL owners are committed to playing the 2020 season while following all the necessary safety guidelines with training camp starting as early as June 14th.