The NFL has announced the end of its salfi-language English classes for the 2018 season.
The NFL had been scheduled to run its salgado-language classes for three weeks.
The NFL has been running its English classes in English since 2013, when it was the only league to do so.
The league has offered English-language education to students at all levels for more than a decade.
The salfias salgados classes were the first in the NFL to be offered in English and the first classes to be taught in a stadium, according to NFL spokeswoman Natalie Smith.
The salgades classes, which have been offered at other professional sports teams, have been held in the same location since 2012.
The classes were announced on Thursday.
“It’s a great opportunity to bring our fans closer to the game and the game’s amazing players and coaches and our players,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
“We look forward to seeing our fans enjoy our game and our game’s players on the field, and to sharing that with the communities they love.”
The NFLSalgado classes are run by the Association of Professional Sports Teams, or APST, the union that represents the league’s clubs.
The APST’s president and CEO, Dan Rogoway, said in an interview with the Associated Press on Thursday that the salgadors classes were “absolutely crucial” to keeping the game alive in the state of California.
The APST is comprised of the NFL, NFLPA, the NFL and teams from around the country.
The union negotiates with the NFL on issues including ticket sales, stadium renovations, and player health and safety.
The last salgada class in the U.S. was held in Los Angeles in 2018.