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Mid-Continental Football League

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Mid-Continental Football League
SportAmerican football
Founded1991
Ceased2011
CountryUnited States
Last
champion(s)
South Buffalo Celtics[1]

The Mid-Continental Football League (MCFL) was a semi-professional American football league that operated from 1991 until 2011. In its final season the league merged with the Elite American Football League to form the Elite Mid-Continental Football League (also known as EliteMCFL or EMCFL).

Teams[2][edit | edit source]

Membership timeline[edit | edit source]

<timeline> DateFormat = yyyy ImageSize = width:1000 height:auto barincrement:30 Period = from:1991 till:2011 TimeAxis = orientation:horizontal PlotArea = right:20 left:0 bottom:50 top:5 #> to display a count on left side of graph, use "left:20" to suppress the count, use "left:20"<# Colors = id:barcolor

id:line  value:pink
id:bg  value:white
         id:Full value:rgb(0.742,0.727,0.852) # Use this color to denote a team that is a member in all sports
         id:FullxF value:rgb(0.551,0.824,0.777) # Use this color to denote a team that is a member in all sports except for football
         id:AssocF value:rgb(0.98,0.5,0.445) # Use this color to denote a team that is a member for football only
         id:AssocOS value:rgb(0.78,0.391,0.654) # Use this color to denote a team that is a member in some sports, but not all (consider identifying in legend or a footnote)
         id:OtherC1 value:rgb(0.996,0.996,0.699) # Use this color to denote a team that has moved to another conference
         id:OtherC2 value:rgb(0.988,0.703,0.383) # Use this color to denote a team that has moved to another conference where OtherC1 has already been used, to distinguish the two

PlotData=

  width:15 textcolor:black shift:(5,-5) anchor:from fontsize:s
bar:1  color:Full from:1994 till:1996 text:Genesee Bandits (1994–1996)
bar:2  color:Full from:1999 till:1999 text:Kings Comets (1999; 2004–2010)
bar:2  color:Full from:2004 till:2010
bar:3  color:Full from:1992 till:end text:Louisville Bulls (1992–2011)
bar:4  color:Full from:1997 till:1997 text:Michigan Bearcats (1997) 
bar:5  color:Full from:1993 till:1995 text:Toronto Athletics (1993–1995)

ScaleMajor = gridcolor:line unit:year increment:10 start:1991 TextData =

   fontsize:L
   textcolor:black
   pos:(0,30) tabs:(400-center)
   text:^"Mid-Continental Football League membership history"
  1. > If the chart uses more than one bar color, add a legend by selecting the appropriate fields from the following six options (use only the colors that are used in the graphic.) Leave a blank line after the end of the timeline, then add a line with the selected values from the list, separated by a space. Full members Full members (non-football) Assoc. members (football only) Assoc. member (list sports) Other Conference Other Conference <# </timeline>

Full members Full members (non-football) Sport Affiliate Other Conference Other Conference

Season-by-season[edit | edit source]

1991[edit | edit source]

Team Won Lost
Cleveland Falcons 9 4
Dayton Steelers 8 3
Wyandot Chiefs 5 3
Shenango Valley Blasters 3 7

Championship games[edit | edit source]

Date Winning Team Losing Team Location Attendance MVP Television
1991 Cleveland Flacons 7 Dayton Steelers 0 Cleveland, Ohio
October 4, 2008 Detroit Seminoles 35 Louisville Bulls 0 Detroit, Michigan

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Elite Mid-Continental Football League Champions". Semi-pro football.org. Retrieved January 20, 2018.
  2. "Encyclopedia Del Football" (PDF). Warriors Bologna. Retrieved January 20, 2018.
  3. Woodyard, Eric (7 June 2011). "Charles Lawler's 'love of the city' is the reason he keeps the Flint Fury football team going strong". Michigan Live. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  4. "Playoff loss ends season for Timberwolves". The Monroe News. Retrieved January 20, 2018.


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