Central PA Vipers
LeagueIndependent Women's Football League
Team historyHarrisburg Angels (NWFA) (2006)
Central PA Vipers (NWFA) (2007)
Central PA Vipers (IWFL)
StadiumWar Veterans Memorial Field, aka Cottage Hill Field
Based inHarrisburg, Pennsylvania
Team colorsMidnight blue, white
PresidentLindsay Snowden & Kerry Wisher
Head coach"Keys, D, Ritt, Lonnie, and Michelle"
Division titles0

The Central PA Vipers are a team of the Independent Women's Football League. Based in the Steelton suburb of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Vipers play their home games at Steelton-Highspire School District's War Veterans Memorial Field, also known as Cottage Hill.

Prior to playing in the IWFL, the Vipers were a member of the National Women's Football Association in 2006 and 2007 (in their inaugural season, they were called the Harrisburg Angels). Starting in 2009, the Vipers will compete for talent and fans with Harrisburg's other women's football team, the Women's Football Alliance's Keystone Assault.

After four seasons and twenty-seven attempts (not counting a forfeit by the Richmond Spirit), the Vipers finally picked up their first victory on the gridiron on June 6, 2009 thanks to a 48-0 triumph over the Holyoke Hurricanes. The following week, the Vipers continued their string of success, defeating the Cape Fear Thunder 30-6.

Season-By-Season[edit | edit source]

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Harrisburg Angels (NWFA)
2006 0 7 0 4th North Atlantic Central --
Central PA Vipers (NWFA)
2007 1 7 0 4th North Central --
Central PA Vipers (IWFL)
2008 0 8 0 6th East North Atlantic
2009 2 6 0 19th Tier II --
Totals 3 28 0 (including playoffs)

2009 Season Schedule[edit | edit source]

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 18 New England Intensity Home Lost 14-21
April 25 Manchester Freedom Away Lost 0-47
May 2 Erie Illusion Away Lost 8-61
May 9 Jersey Justice Away Lost 0-34
May 23 Southern Maine Rebels Home Lost 8-14
June 6 Holyoke Hurricanes Home Won 48-0
June 13 Cape Fear Thunder Home Won 30-6
June 20 Connecticut Crushers Away Lost 0-2**

** = Forfeited

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