List of Defunct College Football Conferences

List Of Defunct College Football Conferences

This is a list of defunct college football conferences in the United States. Not all of the conferences listed here are truly defunct. Some simply stopped sponsoring football and continue under their current names, where others changed their names after changes in membership.

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