The Midwest Football League is a semi-professional American football league with teams in the Midwestern United States. The league currently consists of eight teams for the 2009 season.

The Midwest Football League (2002- current) is not to be confused with the Midwest Football League that existed from 1935 to 1940.

League HistoryEdit

The MFL was founded in 2002 on the premise that adversaries on the field can, and should, be friends off the field. The MFL has grown from a start-up league to the a League that regularly features some of the top ranked Minor League football teams in the nation. The 2007 MFL Champion Adams County Patriots finished as the Minor League Football News National Champion [1].

2009 teamsEdit

The league has eight teams for the 2009 season based in Ohio and Indiana

Team Home Field City
Adams County Patriots Bob Worthman Stadium Decatur, IN
Indiana Cardinals Miami Middle School Field Ft. Wayne, IN
Miami County Blitz North Miami High School Stadium Denver, IN
Ohio Force Hardin Houston Elementary School Field Sidney, OH
East Central Wolverines Sigma Phi Gamma Park Field Hartford City, IN
Madison County Pirates Fall Creek Park Field Pendleton, IN
West Central Wildcats Clay Youth Field Brazil, IN


  1. MFL History

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