This week, more than a decade after the Toledo Bullfrogs were supposed to begin play in the Arena Football League’s development league, Toledo Sports Arenas Inc. unveiled the defunct franchise’s unused uniforms. In September 2008, Toledo Sports Arena Inc. — a non-profit organization led by the owners of the International
The Arena Football League this past weekend unveiled its new league logo, it’s the first significant change to the league’s primary logo in fifteen years. Designed by Chuck Kascur, the new look sticks with the red, white, blue of the previous logo but adds silver. The silhouette of a player
The Arena Football League is still chugging along, with just four teams remaining the league is all set to hold the 31st edition of their championship game, the Arena Bowl this Saturday in Baltimore. Unlike that other pro football league’s bowl game, the AFL still puts out a unique logo
What? Was the “Baltimore Arena Stallions” not allowed? The new Baltimore Arena Football League team today announced they would be known as the Baltimore Brigade when they take the carpet for their inaugural indoor football season this spring. The announcement was made at Baltimore’s Royal Farms Arena, the same building in
The Arena Football League is still kicking, and they’ll have a new franchise in Washington D.C. in time for the 2017 season. The expansion team was officially announced during this past Spring, and now that we’re in the summer, the newest AFL team has unveiled their name, logos, and colors.
You may remember the LA Kiss, the expansion Arena Football League team known as much for their flame-filled home uniforms as they are for their famous co-owners Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. Today, thanks to a Tweet from @ryanbreezy and @PhilHecken we’ve gotten our first look at the field design