The NLFA Partners with Athletic Engineering to Offer Representation for Its Players
Bossier City, Louisiana - The North Louisiana Football Alliance has opened up the door for player representation by announcing its partnership with Athletic Engineering of Birmingham, Alabama. Both the league and the agency have been in talks for quite some time now and have agreed to form a partnership that will further assist players to the next level.
Athletic Engineering will operate as an agency that will serve as the liaison for NLFA athletes to assist players with contract negotiations with teams at the next level, as well as tryout opportunities for professional indoor football teams and teams in the Liga de Fútbol Americano Professional (LFA) located in Mexico. Athletic Engineering will represent the top ten percent (10%) of NLFA athletes each year, updating the NLFA with any and all opportunities for players to showcase their talent.
Additionally, Athletic Engineering has also partnered with M.I.A Scouting to expand on the opportunities and services they’ll provide.
“This agreement is an absolute difference-maker for all of our athletes,” said NLFA founder and president Holland Witherspoon. “The significant advantages of having representation at this level now gives the NLFA more to offer athletes interested in joining our program, who are seeking opportunities at the next level.”
About Athletic Engineering:
Athletic Engineering is a talent management and performance training organization based in Birmingham, Alabama. The company offers representation, talent assessment, marketing, and promotion to underprivileged athletes needing assistance to the next level.
About the NLFA:
The North Louisiana Football Alliance (NLFA) is a nine-man developmental football league based in Bossier City, Louisiana. The league comprises eight centrally owned and operated teams, all of which play their games at two hub locations within the Ark-La-Tex region during the regular season.