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Encyclopedia > Chattahoochee Valley Vipers

The Chattahoochee Valley Vipers (or the Valley Vipers for short) were a professional indoor football team based out of Columbus, Georgia. Founded by Brian Schwelling of Acworth, Georgia (former owner of the Johnstown Riverhawks), they were a 2006 expansion member of the American Indoor Football League. Schwelling sold the team to Steven Roddy of Atlanta who along with Business Partner Dwayne Robinson of Bermuda operated the expansion franchise. They played their home games at the Columbus Civic Center. Indoor football is a variation of American football with rules modified to make it suitable for play within basketball gymnasiums and, particularly, ice hockey arenas. ... Columbus is a city in Muscogee County, Georgia, United States. ... The American Indoor Football Association (originally the Atlantic Indoor Football League, later American Indoor Football League) began play in 2005 with six teams based in the eastern United States. ... Columbus Civic Center is a 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Columbus, Georgia. ...


They held the distinction of winning the closest game in AIFL history. In Week One, they defeated the Daytona Beach Thunder, 48-46, which was the closest game. One week later, they topped that, defeating the Rome Renegades, 40-39. Other than that, they ended the regular season at 8-6 and the SC's fourth seed. Unfortunately, they would fall to the eventual Southern Conference champion Rome Renegades 64-39. AIFL team Name = Daytona Beach Thunder Conference = Southern Founded = 2006 Home Arena = Ocean Center City, State = Daytona Beach, Florida Conference Titles = none Governors Cup Championships = none The Daytona Beach Thunder is a expansion football team in the American Indoor Football League that began play in February, 2006 under coach... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ... The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...


Unfortunately for the Vipers, on Wednesday, August 9, 2006, Columbus City Manager Isaiah Hugley announced the city's termination of the Vipers' lease on the Columbus Civic Center, ending their sole year in Columbus, Georgia.[[1]]


Notable players

  • Derek Sauls - DB

Season-By-Season

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff Results
2006 8 6 0 4th Southern Lost Opening Round (Rome)
Totals 8 7 0 (including playoffs)

The Rome Renegades are a professional arena football team. ...

External link

  • Official Site of the Chattahoochee Valley Vipers
  • Vipers' 2006 Season & Results
American Indoor Football Association (AIFA)
NORTHERN DIVISION SOUTHERN DIVISION
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Defunct AIFL teams: AIFL Ghostchasers | Binghamton Brigade/Brigadiers | Carolina Ghostriders | Carolina Sharks | Chattahoochee Valley Vipers | Syracuse Soldiers
Related articles: American Indoor Football Association | American Bowl | Arena football | Indoor football

 
 

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