|League||American Indoor Football Association|
|Team history||Ogden Knights (2009)|
|Arena||Golden Spike Arena|
|Based in||Ogden, Utah|
|Team colors||Sky blue, black, white|
|Owner||Trademark Sports Group|
|Head coach||Doug Coleman|
The Ogden Knights were a professional indoor football team that began play in the American Indoor Football Association in the 2009 season. The Knights were based in Ogden, Utah, with home games to be played at the Golden Spike Arena. While it is the first indoor football team based in Ogden, the AIFA previously had the Salt Lake City-area based Utah Saints, who only played the 2008 season before folding.
On November 23, 2008, the Knights announced their nickname, logo, and colors.
The team was forced to abort its 2010 season, but planned on returning in 2011. However, the AIFA folded before the 2011 season began and the Knights did not resume operations Larry Stovall-Moody kicked the first field goal of 46 yards vs Yakima Valley Warriors at the Sun Dome in Yakima Washington.
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Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
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- Ogden Knights
- News story announcing nickname
- League PR announcing Ogden's entry
- Knights' 2009 Stats
- Knights' 2010 Stats
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