PFL Europe 2024 Schedule CONFIRMED: Paris, Newcastle, and Glasgow To Feature

PFL Europe 2024 Schedule CONFIRMED: Paris, Newcastle, and Glasgow To Feature

The Professional Fighters League (PFL), the fastest-growing and most innovative sports league, today announced plans for the 2024 Season of PFL Europe.

The 2024 PFL Europe Season will see a host of new elite talent from across Europe make their PFL debuts, along with some returning faces, all looking to begin their ‘Path to Greatness’ for the coveted PFL Europe Championship belt and $100,000 in prize money.

Set to be packed with storylines and drama, the stakes are even higher in 2024 as 32 athletes compete across four weight categories – including a new European Men’s Welterweight category, 2023 Champion Jakub Kaszuba and other returning faces from the 2023 Season.

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PFL Europe 2024 Schedule Begins March 7 In Paris

To kick off the schedule, Cedric ‘The Best’ Doumbe (5-0) headlines against the undefeated Baissangour “Baki” Chamsoudinov (8-0) at the Accor Arena in Paris on Thursday, March 7 live on DAZN.

Fresh off the PFL’s first-ever event in Paris last year that was voted the No.1 MMA crowd of 2023 and saw Doumbe achieve a viral nine-second knockout, the challenge of the undefeated hugely rated prospect Baki represents without question the toughest opponent of “The Best’s” career to-date with the two Paris natives set to leave it all in the SmartCage on March 7.

PFL Europe will also be returning to where it all started in Newcastle, England on Saturday, June 8 at Utilita Arena before moving on to new territory in Glasgow, Scotland at OVO Hydro for a huge night of Playoff action on Saturday, September 28.

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As per 2023 the season will conclude with an epic Championship event at a venue to be revealed later this year. 

PFL Europe 2024 Weight Classes

Welterweight (170 lbs)

Lightweight (155 lbs)

Bantamweight (135 lbs)

Women’s Flyweight (125 lbs)

It will be a straight knockout tournament starting with eight fighters in the regular season, four fighters in the playoffs, and the finals will crown a PFL Europe champion out of the top two fighters who will leave with $100,000.

By Darshan Desai