Grand Island, NE -- Nebraska Danger football fans will soon be able to watch every game from any place with an internet connection.
The Indoor Football League announced Tuesday it has partnered with video-streaming website YouTube to LIVE-stream all football games for the upcoming 2017 season.
This is the first deal of its kind, according to the IFL, and in addition to games will feature On-Demand and archived games, weekly highlights and other video content.
"Utilizing the YouTube platform makes it easier than ever for our fans to enjoy our games and remain highly engaged in all aspects of the IFL," said IFL Commissioner Michael Allshouse. "We continue to see a strong desire for more digital video content and this partnership gives football fans around the country even more access to our thrilling sport."
The 2017 season kicks off Thursday, February 16 with the Danger visiting the league's newest franchise, the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles.