Louisville Fire

Louisville Fire
Louisville Fire
Conférence American
Division Midwest
Fondé en 2001
Salle Freedom Hall
Ville, État Louisville, Kentucky
Titres de champions néant

Louisville Fire est une franchise américaine de football américain en salle basée à Louisville, dans l'État du Kentucky. L'équipe, créée en 2001, est membre de l'arenafootball2 et joue dans le Freedom Hall.



Saison par saison

Saison Vic. Déf. Nuls Class. En playoffs
2001 6 10 0 6e NC Midwest --
2002 2 14 0 4e NC Midwest --
2003 5 11 0 3e NC Midwest --
2004 9 7 0 2e NC Midwest Défaite en NC Semifinal
2005 11 5 0 2e AC East Défaite ArenaCup VI
2006 9 7 0 4e AC East Défaite au 1er tour
2007 9 7 0 3e AC Midwest Défaite en AC Semifinals
2008 -- -- -- -- --
Total 55 65 0 (inclus playoffs)

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