Indoor Football League
The Indoor Football League is a professional Indoor Football league created in 2008 out of the merger between the Intense Football League and United Indoor Football. For the 2011 season the league had 22 teams in 14 different U.S. states. The 2012 season consisted of 16 teams.
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... professional sports teams in baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and soccer ... teams include Cincinnati Reds (Major League Baseball), Cleveland Indians (Major League Baseball), Cincinnati Bengals (National Football League), Cleveland Browns (National Football ... Ohio played a central role in the development of both Major League Baseball and the National Football League ...
... The Southern Indoor Football League (SIFL) was an indoor football league based in the Southern and Eastern United States ... The most recent incarnation of the league was a consolidation of an earlier league of the same name that was formed by Thom Hager along with Dan Blum, Robert Winfrey and Dan ... The SIFL broke up into three regional leagues after the 2011 season ...
... Austin Turfcats - voluntarily left SIFL after inaugural season to join Indoor Football League for 2010 season ... Fayetteville Force - Team left league midway through the 2011 season ... Temporary team backed by the American Indoor Football Association played out the remainder of the season in the Force's place under the Force name ...
... Colorado Ice (also played in United Indoor Football). ...
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