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Encyclopedia > American Indoor Football League
American Indoor Football League
 American Indoor Football League
History Atlantic Indoor Football League (2005), American Indoor Football League (2006-)
Commissioner Tim McKyer
President/Founder Andrew G. Haines
Owner Greens Worldwide, Inc.
Teams 6 (2005) 16 (2006)

The American Indoor Football League (originally the Atlantic Indoor Football League) began play in 2005 with six teams based in the eastern United States. Before the start of the inaugural season, the Carolina Sharks franchise was dissolved and an all-road team called the Ghostriders assumed their schedule. The Raleigh Rebels also played an all-road game schedule as a favor to the league. Image File history File links AIFL.gif American Indoor Football League logo File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 2006 (MMVI) is a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 2006 (MMVI) is a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


For 2006, the league's two conferences are operating on separate schedules, each playing a double round-robin over 16 weeks. Each team has 14 games and 2 Byes.

Contents


2006 AIFL Teams

Northern Conference

AIFL team Name = Canton Legends Division = North Founded = 2005 Arena = Canton Memorial Civic Center Location = Canton, Ohio Championships = none The Canton Legends are a professional indoor football team based out of Canton, Ohio. ... The Cumberland Cardinals is an all-travel team for the 2006 season of the American Indoor Football League. ... Template:AIFL team The Erie Freeze is a charter member of the American Indoor Football League and the team is located in Erie, Pennsylvania. ... The Huntington Heroes are an expansion franchise of the American Indoor Football League that will begin play in February 2006. ... The Johnstown Riverhawks are a professional indoor football team based out of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. ... The Miami Valley Silverbacks are a professional indoor football team based out of Troy, Ohio. ... Troy is a city located in Miami County, Ohio. ... The Reading Express are a professional arena football team based out of Reading, Pennsylvania. ... The Steubenville Stampede are an expansion franchise of the American Indoor Football League. ...

Southern Conference

The AIFL Ghostchasers is an all-road team that was created four weeks into the 2006 AIFL season after the Carolina Ghostriders lost 15-straight games and declared themselves inactive. ... The Augusta Spartans are a professional indoor football team based out of Augusta, Georgia. ... The Chattahoochee Valley Vipers are a professional indoor football team based out of Columbus, Georgia. ... Columbus is a city located in Muscogee County, Georgia. ... The Daytona Beach Thunder is an expansion football team in the American Indoor Football League starting its first season in February, 2006 under coach Ervin Bryson and owners Kevin and Zack McDonald. ... The Florence Phantoms are a professional arena football team based out of Florence, South Carolina, in the United States. ... The Raleigh Rebels are a professional arena football team based out of Raleigh, North Carolina. ... The Richmond Bandits are a team in the Atlantic Indoor Football League. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...

Defunct Franchises

The Binghamton Brigade was a proposed professional indoor football team in the American Indoor Football League. ... The Carolina Ghostriders is a now-defunct arena football team and they were a charter member of the American Indoor Football League. ... Asheville City Hall. ... The Carolina Ghostriders is a now-defunct arena football team and they were a charter member of the American Indoor Football League. ... The Syracuse Soldiers was a 2006 expansion member of the American Indoor Football League. ...

2007 Expansion

The Carolina Fuel are a 2007 expansion team of the American Indoor Football League. ... Concord is a city located in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, a suburb of Charlotte. ...

Championship games

  • 2005: Richmond Bandits 56-30 Erie Freeze

See also

This is a list of current and defunct leagues of American football. ...

External link

  • AIFL homepage
AIFL
American Indoor Football League
NORTHERN CONFERENCE

Canton Legends
Erie Freeze
Huntington Heroes
Johnstown Riverhawks
Miami Valley Silverbacks
Reading Express
Steubenville Stampede
AIFL team Name = Canton Legends Division = North Founded = 2005 Arena = Canton Memorial Civic Center Location = Canton, Ohio Championships = none The Canton Legends are a professional indoor football team based out of Canton, Ohio. ... Template:AIFL team The Erie Freeze is a charter member of the American Indoor Football League and the team is located in Erie, Pennsylvania. ... The Huntington Heroes are an expansion franchise of the American Indoor Football League that will begin play in February 2006. ... The Johnstown Riverhawks are a professional indoor football team based out of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. ... The Miami Valley Silverbacks are a professional indoor football team based out of Troy, Ohio. ... The Reading Express are a professional arena football team based out of Reading, Pennsylvania. ... The Steubenville Stampede are an expansion franchise of the American Indoor Football League. ...

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE

Augusta Spartans
Chattahoochee Valley Vipers
Daytona Beach Thunder
Florence Phantoms
Raleigh Rebels
Richmond Bandits
Rome Renegades
The Augusta Spartans are a professional indoor football team based out of Augusta, Georgia. ... The Chattahoochee Valley Vipers are a professional indoor football team based out of Columbus, Georgia. ... The Daytona Beach Thunder is an expansion football team in the American Indoor Football League starting its first season in February, 2006 under coach Ervin Bryson and owners Kevin and Zack McDonald. ... The Florence Phantoms are a professional arena football team based out of Florence, South Carolina, in the United States. ... The Raleigh Rebels are a professional arena football team based out of Raleigh, North Carolina. ... The Richmond Bandits are a team in the Atlantic Indoor Football League. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...

DEFUNCT AIFL TEAMS
Binghamton Brigade/Brigadiers | Carolina Ghostriders | Carolina Sharks | Syracuse Soldiers
Related Articles: American Indoor Football League | Arena football | Indoor football

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