World Football League founded
World Football League
The World Football League (WFL) was a short-lived American football league that played in 1974 and part of 1975. Although the league's proclaimed ambition was to bring American football onto a worldwide stage, the farthest the WFL reached was placing a team – the Hawaiians – in Honolulu, Hawaii. The league folded midway through its second season, in 1975. A new minor football league began play as the World Football League in 2008 after acquiring the rights to its trademarks and intellectual property; it folded in 2011.
World Football League (2008–10)
The World Football League was a minor professional American football league which operated for three seasons, from 2008 through 2010. It was named for the short-lived World Football League which served as a competitor to the NFL in the mid-1970s.
1975 World Football League season
The 1975 World Football League season was the second and last season of the World Football League. The 1975 season was to be an 18-game season over a twenty-week schedule.
1974 World Football League season
The 1974 World Football League season was the first season of the World Football League.
2007 World Indoor Football League season
The 2007 World Indoor Football League season would turn out to be the only season of the World Indoor Football League (WIFL). The league champions were the Augusta Spartans, who defeated the Columbus Lions in World Indoor Bowl I.
World Indoor Football League
The World Indoor Football League was an indoor football league that was to begin in 1988 to compete with the Arena Football League, which was playing its second season in 1988. Some of the teams in the league ran into financial trouble before their season was to begin, and thus the league never came to fruition.