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Dayton Warbirds
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Founded2004
LeagueNIFL
Team history2005
ArenaNutter Center
Based inFile:Flag of Ohio.svg.png Dayton, Ohio
Team colorsSilver & Black
Head coachMatt King
DancersFly Girlz

Dayton Warbirds were an indoor football team located in Dayton, Ohio.


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Approved as a National Indoor Football League expansion team in October 2004[1], the Warbirds instead joined other teams in forming the United Indoor Football Association made up of teams that came from either the National Indoor Football League or AF2[2]. The Warbirds were scheduled to begin play in March 2005, but the team was suspended by the UIF prior to playing their first game. It ended up rejoining the National Indoor Football League[3] and playing its first game in the NIFL, five weeks into the season. That season they finished in a tie for second in the East Atlantic Division with an 8-5 record. (The other team in second place was the Cincinnati Marshalls.) In the playoffs they lost in the conference quarterfinals to the Fayetteville Guard 78 - 63.

In the 2006 National Indoor Football League season, the Warbirds were replaced by the Dayton Bulldogs.[4]

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