The North Louisiana Football Alliance (NLFA) is a nine-man developmental football league based in Bossier City, Louisiana. The league operates as a single entity, owning all eight teams, all of which play their games at two hub locations within the Ark-La-Tex region during the spring from March to May.

The NLFA was established in 2019 and began its operations in 2020. It was created to provide a platform that serves as a college alternative for underprivileged athletes to further player development. It is an additional opportunity for players to be evaluated and receive the updated film needed to advance to the next level.

The North Louisiana Football Alliance provides film, statistics, and other player data to professional Indoor/Arena football scouts and other scouting agencies upon request.

The league involves a variety of talent levels ranging from players that have played collegiately to players that have never played beyond high school prior to joining the NLFA.

Currently, five of its eight teams will compete over an eight-week schedule, in addition to preseason and postseason games to compete for the NLFA Championship trophy.