Albany Conquest

Albany Conquest
Albany Conquest
Conférence American
Division East
Fondé en 2002
Salle Times Union Center
Ville, État Albany, New York
Titres de champions néant

Albany Conquest est une franchise américaine de football américain en salle basée à Albany, dans l'État de New York. L'équipe, créée en 2002, est membre de l'arenafootball2 et joue dans le Times Union Center.



Saison par saison

Saison Vic. Déf. Nuls Class. En playoffs
2002 13 3 0 1e AC Northeast Défaite en AC Semifinal
2003 13 3 0 1e AC Northeast Défaite en AC Semifinal
2004 6 10 0 3e AC Northeast --
2005 4 12 0 5e AC East --
2006 5 11 0 6e AC East --
2007 6 10 0 4e AC East --
2008 -- -- -- -- --
Total 48 52 0 (inclus playoffs)

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