The NFL Draft arrives at the Clubhouse.
The lively social media audio app has partnered with the National Football League to produce original programming around the 2021 NFL Draft.
You’ll be able to find out where Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence or Alabama’s DeVonta Smith is drafted after the NFL becomes the first major sports league to collaborate with Clubhouse on official lineup.
Starting Monday, April 26, the NFL will host a series of rooms – where Clubhouse users can listen and talk – throughout the week around the draft, which includes a pre-draft assessment of potential players, a conversation with University of Alabama football. team alumni, a mock Draft fan, draft reports and more.
Users will be able to follow the picks live as they are announced and listen to discussions featuring key NFL figures, from athletes and coaches to network figures. Fans also have the option to join the conversation and be invited to the stage by the moderators to ask questions or share their reactions to the project.
“The NFL’s commitment to innovation is matched only by its dedication to its fans and we are proud to welcome the NFL to the Clubhouse,” said Sean Brown, manager of sports partnerships at the Clubhouse. “The Draft is one of the most important events of the year for football fans, and we know millions of creators will be discussing, debating and celebrating throughout the week.”