|1992 Birmingham Fire season|
|Head Coach||Chan Gailey|
|General Manager||Rick Nichols|
|Home Field||Legion Field|
|Place||1st North American West|
|Playoff Finish||lost in semi-finals (Thunder)|
|Previous season||Next season|
General Manager Michael Huyghue left to join the league's front office and was replaced by Rick Nichols. As for the team, the season started out the same way as the previous year. A loss to Sacramento on the road, followed by winning 4 of the next 6 games. Including a first ever road win in Europe, against the Frankfurt Galaxy. While in London, the Monarchs and Fire played to the only tie in league history. Birmingham finished up in second place in the division, but would once again lose in the playoffs, this time to Orlando.
John Brantley and John Miller repeated as All-WLAF members.
Week 1: Sacramento Surge 20, Birmingham 6
Week 2: Birmingham 17, San Antonio Riders 10
Week 3: Birmingham 17, Frankfurt Galaxy 7
Week 4: Birmingham 17, London Monarchs 17 (OT)
Week 5: Birmingham 28, Sacramento Surge 14
Week 6: San Antonio Riders 17, Birmingham 14
Week 7: Birmingham 19, Barcelona Dragons 17
Week 8: Birmingham 23, Montreal Machine 16 (OT)
Week 9: Birmingham 24, Orlando Thunder 23
Week 10: Birmingham 27, Ohio Glory 24
Semifinals: Orlando Thunder 45, Birmingham 7
|1992 Birmingham Fire staff|
Life after the WLAFEdit
Chan Gailey became the head coach at Samford University. When he left to re-enter the NFL, he was replaced by Fire offensive line coach Pete Hurt. Gailey went on to become the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Georgia Tech, and the Buffalo Bills.
- Birmingham only had 3 players from the state of Alabama on the team. Kicker Wyn Lyle from Auburn, on the 1991 team. Auburn's Craig Ogletree and Alabama's Phillip Doyle on the 92 team.
- The Fire went through four General Managers in its two year history.
- Applebome, Peter (April 21, 1991). "Can the Fire Catch On in Birmingham?". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/1991/04/21/sports/football-can-the-fire-catch-on-in-birmingham.html?pagewanted=1. Retrieved April 12, 2010.