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Austin Wild
Current season
Established 2016
Play in Cedar Park, Texas
League/conference affiliations
Supreme Indoor Football (2017)
American Arena League (2018–)
Team colorsOrange, tan, black, white
Team history
  • Cap City Bulls (2017)
  • Austin Wild (2018–present)
League championships (0)
Conference championships (0)
Division championships (0)
Home arena(s)

The Austin Wild are a professional indoor football team based in Cedar Park, Texas, a suburb of Austin. They are affiliate members of the American Arena League and played only away games in the league for 2018. [1] The team was originally known as the Cap City Bulls while members of Supreme Indoor Football for the 2017 season.

The Wild are the fifth arena/indoor team to play in the Austin area. The first were the Texas Terminators of the Indoor Professional Football League (1999), the second were the Austin Knights/Rockers of the National Indoor Football League (2002-2003), the third were the Austin Wranglers of the Arena Football League and af2 (2004-2008) and the fourth were the Austin Turfcats of the Southern Indoor Football League (2009) and Indoor Football League (2010).[citation needed]

History[edit | edit source]

The team first played as the Cap City Bulls in 2017 as a member of Supreme Indoor Football a travel-only team. The team went 1–5 in their inaugural season with their only win coming against the other travel team, the Upstate Dragons, at a neutral site game. When the organization began their intentions to join the new American Arena League (AAL) in late 2017, the team was rebranded as the Austin Wild. The Wild were accepted as a league affiliated traveling team for the 2018 AAL season and they announced a lease agreement with the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park.[2] They scheduled a few non-league home games, however, after one home game on April 3 and a few other canceled games, they would eventually cancel all their 2018 home games on April 21.[3]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. FLORIDA TARPONS VS AUSTIN WILD, Florida Tarpons YouTube, May 6, 2018, Streamed Live
  2. "Things to do:Austin Wild, March 25, 2018". Austin360.com. Retrieved April 22, 2018.
  3. "April 21, 2018, Austin Wild Facebook post". Facebook. April 21, 2018.

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