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]

  • Buffalo Gladiators
  • Buffalo Lancers
  • Canton Hurricanes
  • Central Kentucky Chargers (2008) (Named Studs earlier in the season)
  • Central Ohio Lions
  • Chicago Panthers
  • Cincinnati Cowboys
  • Cincinnati Falcons
  • Cleveland Cobras
  • Cleveland Falcons (1991–)
  • Cleveland Lions
  • Cleveland Saints (2011)
  • Columbus Fire
  • Columbus Sharks
  • Cook County Cardinals
  • Dayton Drive
  • Dayton Steelers (1991–
  • Detroit Black Ravens
  • Detroit Seminoles
  • Erie Hawks
  • Evansville Vipers
  • Flint Fury [3] (2005-2011)
  • Fort Wayne River City Rhinos
  • Genesse Bandits
  • Hardin County Wolverines
  • Hornell Dragons
  • Illinois Flying Tigers
  • Indiana Mustangs
  • Jackson Bombers
  • Kalamazoo Tornadoes
  • Kane County Eagles
  • Kings Comets
  • Lackawanna Dynasty (2011)
  • Lafayette Generals
  • Lafayette Lions
  • Lockport Invaders
  • Lockport Rage (2011)
  • Lorain County Steelmen
  • Louisville Bulls (1992-2011)
  • Michigan Bearcats
  • Michigan Gators (2011)
  • Michigan Renegades
  • Michigan Stampede
  • Michigan Twisters
  • Milwaukee Marauders
  • Mon Valley Mayhem (2011)
  • Monroe County Sting (2011)
  • Monroe County Wildcats
  • Niagara Falls Pirates (2011)
  • Nickel City Kings (2011)
  • North Coast Rebels
  • Northern Kentucky Raiders
  • Northern Kentucky Xtreme
  • Ohio Swarm
  • Pittsburgh Cobras (2011)
  • Pittsburgh Colts (2011)
  • Pittsburgh Stealth (2011)
  • Pontiac Chargers
  • Racine Raiders
  • Rochester Warriors
  • St. Louis Bulldogs
  • St. Louis Outlaws
  • Shenango Valley Blasters
  • South Buffalo Celtics (2011)
  • Southern Michigan Timberwolves [4] (1994-2011)
  • Southern State Bruins (2011)
  • Stark County Wolfpack
  • Springfield Buccaneers
  • Syracuse Express
  • Toledo Raiders (2011)
  • Toledo Thunder (1993-1995)
  • Toronto Athletics (1993-1995)
  • Upstate Riders (2011)
  • Upstate Ravens (2011)
  • Western Michigan Force
  • West Virginia Lighting (2011)
  • Will County Buccaneers
  • Will County Force
  • Wisconsin Wolpack
  • Wyandot Chiefs (1991)

Membership timeline[edit]

Louisville Bulls

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

Season-by-season[edit]

1991[edit]

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

Championship games[edit]

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]

  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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