How To Watch USFL – Birmingham Stallions vs New Orleans Breakers Live Stream





Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping showdown as the Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers collide in an epic battle this Sunday, May 28 at the famous Protective Stadium, in Birmingham. This thrilling match is scheduled to kick off at 2 am GMT+6 (USA). The two powerhouses of USFL promise this match to be an intense display of skill, strategy, and sheer athleticism. Football fans and enthusiasts eagerly will be anticipating this clash of titans as these two teams vie for victory on the gridiron. 

Here, we’ll provide how to watch USFL – Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers live stream. Moreover, we’ll discuss prediction, overview, roster, team, and key player stats of the game.

How To Watch USFL – Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers Live Stream


This USFL match will be officially broadcasted on Fox Sports. Moreover, Streaming services like PeacockTV, NBC Sports, USA Network, Sling TV, Hulu+, FuboTV, and DirecTV will be streaming live. Most of these services would require a subscription to watch. But you can try a trial for a month without paying. Furthermore, You can cancel the subscription anytime. All these streaming services are only accessible in the USA. So if you’re from a different country, you would need a VPN like FastVPN, NordVPN, or ProtonVPN to access these streaming services. These streaming Services would be streaming the match in HD and 4K. This means you can witness every thrilling moment closely and clearly! 

USFL – Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers Prediction and Overview

Birmingham Stallions (4-2 · 3RD IN SOUTH) 

The Birmingham Stallions have been showing off their skills and dominating in the battleground. Last week, they defeated the Michigan Panthers by 27 points, while the Panthers were only able to score 13. The Stallions charged to the Panthers’ field side and took over the control. In the early of first quarter, a Big play was made for Michigan with a long throw from Josh Love, caught by Trey Quinn resulting in 3 points.  

Alex McGough sprinted 24 yards, positioning the Stallions for their second field goal of the afternoon. Leading 6-3 for Birmingham midway through the 2nd quarter.

Amidst a seemingly stagnant situation in the red zone for the Stallions, McGough cleverly capitalized on his mobility, skillfully biding his time until he connected with ZaQuandre White for an impressive 18-yard touchdown. Birmingham went higher to a 13-3 lead.

Love led the Panthers on a spectacular 13-play, 77-yard drive. Which was the longest TD drive of the season. It was the first TD of the day’s play. Cole Hikutini caught an 11-yard touchdown ball from Love. Leading Panthers to 13-10.

In the early fourth quarter, Alex McGough made a throw to an open receiver, giving CJ Marable a 3-yard touchdown. Score leading to 20-10.

The Panthers wanted to score a touchdown. Instead, they settled for a field goal. Making 3 points that led to 20-13.

Putting a cherry on top, McGough conquered a 10-yard rush TD making it his third touchdown of the game. The whole game was 

Dominated by the Stallions until the end. They were at 27-13 with about 4 minutes left.

The Birmingham Stallions played great last week. And now they are prepared for their next gameplay against the New Orleans Breakers. With a strong offensive strategy, the Stallions have a great chance to overpower the Breakers.

New Orleans Breakers (4-2 · 1ST IN SOUTH)

The New Orleans Breakers have shown phenomenal gameplay holding the first position in the south in the early weeks of the season. But in the last 2 weeks, the Breakers got messed up by The Philadelphia Stars and Memphis Showboats. Last week, Philadelphia Stars defeated the Breakers by 16-10. The Breakers gave a tough competition. However, the Breakers were unable to execute a miracle on the final play. 

After a three-and-out by New Orleans on their opening possession, Philadelphia took advantage and managed to put points on the board.

The drive gained momentum when Stars quarterback Case Cookus connected with wide receiver Corey Coleman for a 29-yard completion. However, despite this promising start, the Stars fell short of reaching the end zone and instead opted for a 21-yard field goal kicked by Luis Aguilar. Leading Stars to 3-0 in the 1st quarter.

After the subsequent possession, New Orleans successfully advanced the ball into Philadelphia territory. However, unfortunate circumstances unfolded for them shortly after.

Amani Dennis scores a touchdown by rushing 72 yards. Leading 13-0 on the scoreboard.

Johnnie Dixon caught the ball in the endzone, a throw from QB Bethel-Thompson resulting in a touchdown. Led to 13-7 at halftime.

Dee Anderson made a catch thrown from Bethel-Thompson, a combined pass of 32 yards, getting New Orleans into the red zone.   

Later on,  a 44-yard field goal was scored by Matt Coghlin leading the Breakers to 13-10.

On the second play of the following drive, Cookus scrambled toward his right but made a costly error before stepping out of bounds. He unintentionally threw the ball to Breakers defensive back Nevelle Clark, resulting in a turnover. Following the incident, Stars wide receiver Terry Wright was ejected from the game for throwing a punch. New Orleans gained possession at the Philadelphia 29-yard line, but despite their advantageous field position, they failed to achieve a first down. Subsequently, Coghlin’s attempt at a 42-yard field goal was unsuccessful.

The Stars were making progress in moving the ball before Cookus faced another interception. This time, cornerback Alex Thomas executed an impressive diving interception and was ruled down at the Breakers’ 2-yard line.

During the Breakers’ subsequent drive, Stars safety LaDarius Wiley was penalized for pass interference, granting New Orleans an extension to their offensive possession. However, Wiley redeemed himself later in the drive by making an impressive catch on a tipped pass.

An amazing catch was done by Diondre Overton thrown from Case Cookus. The Stars encountered penalties on 2 plays that could have been scored as touchdowns. For that reason, they had to settle for a 24-yard field goal kicked by Aguilar.


The Stars defeated the Breakers by 16-10 with 3:12 remaining of the 4th quarter.

Following their unsuccessful drive, New Orleans turned the ball over on downs. Additionally, an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty placed the ball on their own 31-yard line for Philadelphia. Aguilar attempted a 44-yard field goal but missed. Unfortunately for the Breakers, they could not execute a miracle on the final play.

The New Orleans Breakers are going through some time, losing their 1st position in the South. The head coach John DeFilippo has to think of doing something different if they wanna win against the Birmingham Stallions. Firstly, making some changes in the offense and defense strategy, improving speed and agility. Making big plays could be a good play to win.

USFL – Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers Team and Key Players Stats

Team Stats

Stats Birmingham Stallions (1st in North) New Orleans Breakers (2nd in South)
PTS/G 28.5 24.2
Pass Yards 200.7 234.8
Rush Yards 122.5 102.5
Opp PTS/G 19.5 21.2
Opp Pass Yards 185.3 181.7
Opp Rush Yards 130.0 92.7

Key Players Stats

Birmingham Stallions

Alex McGough QBPassing Yards 1105, Touchdowns 12. 

Alex McGough QB Rushing Yards 269, Touchdowns 3.

Davion Davis WR – Receiving Yards 297.

Jace Sternberger TE – Receiving Touchdowns 3. 

Brandon Aubrey K – Kicking points 45.

Deon Cain WR – Kick Return Yards 491.

Davion Davis WR – Punt Return Yards 45.

Donnie Lewis II CB – Interceptions 1.

Christian McFarland S – Total Tackles 39.

Dondrea Tillman DE – Sacks 2.5.

Alex McGough QB – Points 90.

CJ Marable RB –  All-Purpose Yards 544.

Brandon Aubrey K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 2.

Colby Wadman P – Punt Net Avg 39.7.

New Orleans Breakers

McLeod Bethel-Thompson QBPassing Yards 1512, Touchdowns 8. 

Wes Hills RB Rushing Yards 500, Rushing Touchdowns 8.

Sage Surratt TE – Receiving Yards 411.

Lee Morris WR – Receiving Touchdowns 2. 

Matt Coghlin K – Kicking points 49.

Eli Stove WR – Kick Return Yards 472.

Johnnie Dixon WR – Punt Return Yards 4.

Nevelle Clarke DB – Interceptions 2.

Vontae Diggs LB – Total Tackles 38.

Anree Saint-Amour DE – Sacks 3.5.

Matt Coghlin K – Points 49.

Wes Hills RB –  All-Purpose Yards 680.

Matt Coghlin K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Matt White P – Punt Net Avg 38.6.


USFL – Birmingham Stallions VS New Orleans Breakers Roster


Birmingham Stallions New Orleans Breakers
OFFENSE Alonzo Moore #13 WR Jonathan Adams #9 WR
Arthur Jackson #23 WR Paul Adams #77 T
Braedon Bowman #80 TE Dee Anderson #80 WR
Brandon Haskin #76 OL McLeod Bethel-Thompson #1 QB
Bruce Trigg #72 OL EJ Bibbs #85 TE
Calvin Ashley #71 G Davis Cheek #17 QB
Cam Carter #60 T Johnnie Dixon #2 WR
Cam Echols-Luper #18 WR Jovon Durante #16 WR
Charles Jones #0 TE Aqeel Glass #10 QB
Dakota Prukop #9 QB Cyrus Habibi-Likio #15 RB
Darius Victor #27 RB Wes Hills #31 RB
Darrell Stewart Jr.#82 WR Anthony Jones #6 RB
De’Andre Johnson #1 QB Kirk Kelley #79 G
Evan Heim #69 C Jack Kramer #65 G
Isaiah Battle #79 T Marquis Lucas #74 G 
J’Mon Moore #81 WR Lee Morris #5 WR
Jake Lacina #68 C   Steven Rowzee #67 G
Kingston Davis #29 RB Jared Scott #88 TE
Kyle Lauletta #11 QB Eli Stove #12 WR
Marcus Green #14 WR Sage Surratt #13 TE
Robert Myers #70 OL Marcus Tatum #63 T
Saige Young #66 C Salesi Uhatafe #62 T
Trey Williams #3 RB Khalique Washington #72 G
Warren Newman #10 WR Richard West #59 T
Wes Saxton Jr. #17 TE
Woody Brandom #88 TE
DEFENSE Anthony Blue #40 CB Adonis Alexander #3 CB
Blake Countess #26 CB Jordan Brailford #95 LB
Bryson Young #56 LB Djimon Brooks #35 DT
Chris Orr #2 LB Justin Cates #45 DE
Christian Tutt #6 CB Nigel Chavis #8 LB
D’Juan Hines #4 LB Connor Christian #98 DT
DJ Daniel #20 CB   Nevelle Clarke #14 DB
Deyon Sizer #95 DL Vontae Diggs #20 LB
Dravon Askew-Henry #7 S Greg Eisworth II #33 S
Hercules Mata’afa #93 DE Jarey Elder #23 S
Jalen Choice #50 LB Jerod Fernandez #4 LB
Kalani Vakameilalo #98 DT Saquan Hampton #29 S
Kenneth Randall #59 DT Reggie Howard Jr. #55 DT
Kevin Thurmon Jr. #91 DT Zakoby McClain #11 LB
Kolin Hill #55 LB Jamar Johnson #24 S
Meiko Dotson #25 CB Sidney McCloud #22 S
Mike Bell Jr. #12 LB Derrion Rakestraw #30 S
Paris Ford #24 S Justus Reed #97 DE 
Shalom Luani #5 S Anree Saint-Amour #94 DE
Toby Johnson #90 DL Shaheed Salmon #56 LB
Trae Elston #21 CB Keonte Schad #90 DT
Treston Decoud #30 CB Michael Stevens #7 CB
Tyrone Truesdell #97 DT Alex Thomas #38 CB
Tyshun Render #99 DE Bryce Watts #0 CB
Willie Eubanks III #51 LB
SPECIAL TEAMS Brock Miller #19 P Turner Bernard #60 LS
Jordan Ober #44 LS Matt Coghlin #49 K
Nick Sciba #16 K Matt White #19 P


This USFL’s match is sure to give you the adrenaline rush. USFL fans are eagerly waiting to witness this heart-pounding game. Again a reminder, The match will start at 2 AM, GMT+6 (USA) on Sunday, May 28. The venue will be Protective Stadium, Birmingham. Both teams are going to try very hard to win this match. So this match is sure to be thrilling, so whether you’re watching in person or enjoying sitting at home, you sure wouldn’t wanna miss this moment!

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