|League||Champions Indoor Football|
|Duration||February 28 – June 6|
|Season MVP||Charles Dowdell (Sioux City)|
|Champions Bowl I|
|Finals champions||Sioux City Bandits|
|Champions Bowl I [[|MVP]]||Drew Prohaska|
|Champions Indoor Football seasons|
The 2015 Champions Indoor Football season was the first season of the CIF. It was the result of a merger between the Lone Star Football League and the Champions Professional Indoor Football League. The regular season began on Saturday, February 28 and finished on Saturday, June 6. The league champion was the Sioux City Bandits, who defeated the Texas Revolution 76-61 in Champions Bowl I. The season MVP was Charles Dowdell of the Sioux City Bandits, and the Champions Bowl MVP was Drew Prohaska, also of the Bandits.
|2015 Champions Indoor Football|
|z-Sioux City Bandits||9||3||.750||697||536|
|Dodge City Law||7||5||.583||635||578|
|Duke City Gladiators||4||4||.500||403||389|
|San Angelo Bandits||1||10||.091||388||627|
x = clinched playoffs, y = clinched home playoffs, z = clinched top seed
|Semifinals||Champions Bowl I||Finals|
- ↑ Ewing, Shane (August 22, 2014). "CPIFL and LSFL merger creates league called "Champions Indoor Football"". Wichita, KS: KAKE. Archived from the original on August 27, 2014. https://web.archive.org/web/20140827025808/http://www.kake.com/sports/headlines/CPIFL-ann-LSFL-merger-creates-league-called-Champions-Indoor-Football--272348271.html. Retrieved August 26, 2014.