Mid-Continental Football League

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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[1]

Membership timeline

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         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

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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)

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Season-by-season

1991

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

Championship games

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