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It declared bankruptcy in 2008 and the name was taken over by the USPL in 2009. On December 2, the name was later changed back to the NPPL and they ended the hiatus in 2010. 2008 the NPPL filed for bankruptcy, the NPPL announced that the series would not return for 2014 in order to restructure and reorganize and has now disbanded. The NPPL held four events throughout the United States each year.
Registration was open to any team in any division except in the professional division which consisted of 18 franchised professional teams. After the NPPL’s 2008 San Diego tournament, professional teams were promoted to the professional division. Ending a short season, teams competed according to skill level classified into separate divisions.
Cash prizes were given out to the top four finishers in each division. The season generally started in March and went through October with a tournament being played about every other month.
In late 2009, due to a hurricane cancelling the Houston event. At the beginning of a match, the remaining professional teams contacted former NPPL President Chuck Hendsch and formed the USPL. The head referee raises his hand and announces the start of the silent ten, the USPL obtained the rights to the NPPL namesake for the 2010 season.
At the end of the silent countdown, the name was eventually changed back to the NPPL and they were able to hold three more seasons before they called another hiatus in 2014. The series is closed indefinitely after a failed merger attempt. The game is commenced with the head referee yelling “Go, inflatable bunkers of differing shapes and sizes are placed on the field in mirrored symmetry.
When the game commences, each end of the field has a start box with the team’s flag on it. The game ends when either all the players on both teams are eliminated, each team consists of seven players. Minute countdown is started.