The implosion of the Alliance of American Football appears to have gotten worse.
According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, the AAF and the Orlando Apollos owe the University of Central Florida $1.1 million on paper, per the contract signed between the organizations.
The report noted most of the money is for future rent of Spectrum Stadium, but UCF sent three invoices to the AAF for the three home games the Apollos played in the stadium and for security and police detail.
At the inception of the new football league, the AAF and Knights agreed to a three-year contract for the Apollos to play 15 home games at Spectrum Stadium. Each game breaks down to the AAF and Apollos owing UCF $75,000.
Since the Apollos played three games at the stadium, they owe $225,000 for those games, plus $100,000 for security and police working them.
UCF reportedly sent three invoices to the AAF and the Apollos, but has received no payment. The now-closed football league also is expected to live up to the terms of the contract and pay the rest of the money on the three-year lease.
UCF isn’t the only organization hung out to dry — one vendor emailed the Sentinel and wrote many are still owed money.
“We are owed $4,500 from the AAF for design services that we completed two months ago,” the vendor wrote. “I’m looking to join up with (other) vendors so that hopefully we can find a way to get paid.”
According to the report, the other seven cities where AAF teams were located appear to be dealing with similar issues, as well.