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Independent Indoor Football Alliance

Independent Indoor Football Alliance
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2012 IIFA Season
Sport Indoor football
Founded 2008
No. of teams 8
Country  United States
Ceased 2012
Last champion(s) East Texas Wranglers
Founder Larry Hendrix, Jr.

The Independent Indoor Football Alliance was a professional indoor football league based in the state of Texas. The league played an abbreviated 2009 season punctuated by a number of forfeits. The league grew and had tighter restrictions for 2010 in hopes of better football action. For the 2011 season, the IIFA joined forces with several independent teams. [1]

2008 teams

2008 Announced teams That Never Played

These teams were announced by the IIFA at the start of the 2008 season, but never took the field.

2009 Teams

2010 Teams

2011 Teams

  • Conroe Jaguars – black for 2011
  • Houston Pirates – 3–6
  • North Texas Bronocs – 0–5
  • North Texas Crunch – 7–3
  • East Texas Wranglers – 8–2–1
  • Texas Krush – 3–6
  • Southlake Pirates – 8–1–1
  • Dallas Americans – 0–2

Non League Teams

Both the Wolves and the Barons played under the banner of the "Western Indoor Football Association," the remains of the American Indoor Football Association's West Division.

League champions

  • 2008 – Kaufman County Crunch (defeated Galveston 52–50 in the championship game, Alliance Bowl I)
  • 2009 – North Texas Crunch (defeated Texas Wranglers 52–12 in Alliance Bowl II)
  • 2010 – North Texas Crunch (defeated Southlake Pirates 10–8 in Alliance Bowl III)
  • 2011 – East Texas Wranglers (defeated Southlake Pirates 40–14 in Alliance Bowl IV)
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