This is a list of seasons completed by the Tulsa Talons. The Talons are a professional arena football franchise of the Arena Football League (AFL), based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The team was established in 2000 as a charter member of arenafootball2 (AF2), and currently play their home games at BOK Center. Through the 2010 season, the Talons have qualified for the playoffs in every year of their existence, including nine consecutive division titles. While in AF2, the Talons won the AF2's championship game, the ArenaCup, twice. Their first league title came in 2003, winning ArenaCup IV, and their most recent was ArenaCup VIII in 2007.

After the 2009 AF2 season, the league effectively dissolved. The AFL had suspended operations for 2009 and also filed for bankruptcy. The AFL relaunched in 2010, with the Talons participating in its first season back.[1]

League Champions Conference Champions Division Champions Playoff Berth
Season League Conference Division Regular season Postseason results
Finish Wins Losses
Tulsa Talons
2000 AF2 National 3rd 9 7 Lost First Round (Tennessee Valley) 28–49
2001 AF2 National Midwestern 2nd 13 3 Lost First Round (Carolina) 35–69
2002 AF2 National Central 1st 14 2 Won First Round (Arkansas) 34–32
Lost Conference Semifinals (Birmingham) 34–53
2003 AF2 National Southern 1st 13 3 Won Conference Semifinals (Hawaii) 58–38
Won Conference Championship (Arkansas) 63–52
Won ArenaCup IV (Macon) 58–40
2004 AF2 National Southwestern 1st 13 3 Won Conference Semifinals (Louisville) 49–42
Lost Conference Championship (Peoria) 28–30
2005 AF2 National Western 1st 11 5 Lost Conference Semifinals (Rio Grande Valley) 42–65
2006 AF2 National Midwestern 1st 11 5 Lost Conference Semifinals (Arkansas) 51–53
2007 AF2 National Central 1st 14 2 Won First Round (Oklahoma City) 65–27
Won Conference Semifinals (South Georgia) 49–28
Won Conference Championship (Bossier–Shreveport) 67–47
Won ArenaCup VIII (Wilkes-Barre/Scranton) 73–66
2008 AF2 National Central 1st 12 4 Lost First Round (Amarillo) 62–65
2009 AF2 National Central 1st 13 3 Won First Round (Oklahoma City) 90–75
Won Conference Semifinals (Bossier–Shreveport) 59–34
Lost Conference Championship (Spokane) 44–51
2010 AFL American Southwest 1st 10 6 Lost Conference Semifinals (Tampa Bay) 38–68
Total 133 43 (includes only regular season)
11 9 (includes only the postseason)
144 52 (includes both regular season and postseason)


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