Last week there were a few Grid League matches on the East Coast—Boston vs. New York, and DC vs. Baltimore. The matches weren’t streamed live, but were filmed for NBC Sports. However, NPGL just uploaded one of the Boston vs. New York match to their new Grid TV site. You can watch the full thing for free if you sign up.
Also, according to their Twitter account, they will upload the DC vs. Baltimore match soon, so be on the lookout for that as well!
While you’re logged into the Grid TV site, be sure to check out the latest episode of Behind The Grid.
Watch the Boston Iron take on the New York Rhinos at the NPGL doubleheader in Landover, Maryland. We won’t spoil the outcome if this is your first time viewing the August 9 GRID match between the Boston Iron and New York Rhinos.
Watch as three-time Olympian Nora Koppel makes her GRID debut with her Rhinos teammates — who came in with one victory already under their belt this season — as they take on a hungry Iron team looking for its first franchise win.
Both of these Eastern Division teams have one more regular-season match to play, to be held August 22 and 23 in Anaheim, California. Both teams are chasing a spot in the playoffs, which will be September 16, 17 and 20 in Anaheim, California. Get ticket information, the schedule and more details at https://www.npgl.com/schedule
Look for match video, athlete profiles and our weekly insider series called Behind the GRID on GRID TV: gridtv.npgl.com
GRID is the world’s first professional spectator sport with two co-ed teams racing head-to-head in a two-hour match. It incorporates speed, skill and strategy in a test of endurance through a variety of weightlifting and body-weight elements. Each two-hour match features two 14-person teams (7 women, 7 men, one of each being over 40 years old) going head-to-head in 11 races. GRID has eight NPGL teams: Los Angeles Reign, New York Rhinos, Boston Iron, DC Brawlers, Phoenix Rise, Miami Surge, San Francisco Fire and Baltimore Anthem. Visit NPGL.com for more information, and follow Grid — NPGL on Facebook, @TheGridLeague on Twitter and @GridLeague on Instagram.
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