2015 Professional Indoor Football League season
League Professional Indoor Football League
Sport Indoor football
Duration March 27, 2015 – June 20, 2015
Season MVP Terrence Ebagua (COL)
1 vs. 4 champions Columbus Lions
  1 vs. 4 runners-up Lehigh Valley Steelhawks
2 vs. 3 champions Richmond Raiders
  2 vs. 3 runners-up Nashville Venom
Finals champions Columbus Lions
  Runners-up Richmond Raiders
PIFL Cup IV [[|MVP]] Kendrick Perry (COL)
PIFL seasons
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The 2015 Professional Indoor Football League season was the fourth and last season of the Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL). The regular season began March 27, 2015, and end on June 20, 2015. Each team played an 11 or 12-game schedule. The top 4 teams in the league advanced to the playoffs that began on June 27, 2015.


The Erie Explosion joined the league, after playing two seasons in Continental Indoor Football League.[1] The Explosion took the place of the Georgia Fire, who were created by the league to fill the void of the Albany Panthers, who folded in January 2014.[2]

The Harrisburg Stampede abruptly folded prior to the 2015 season due to financial problems.[3]

Regular seasonEdit

Template:2015 PIFL standings


  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
  1  Columbus 69  
4  Lehigh Valley 41  
  1  Columbus 64  
  2  Richmond 38  
2  Richmond 54
  3  Nashville 35  



  1. "Erie Explosion Joins PIFL". OurSports Central. October 13, 2014. Retrieved October 13, 2014.
  2. "DeMatteo and Gonos to Lead Fire". OurSports Central. February 27, 2014. Retrieved April 22, 2014.
  3. Bristol, Jason (December 31, 2014). Players, coaches stunned at Stampede's departure Script error. WHP-TV. Retrieved December 31, 2014.
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