|Team Colors||Blue, Red, White|
|Franchise W-L-T Record||Regular Season: 1-9|
| World Bowls (0)
The Ohio Glory played one season (1992) in the World League of American Football, which would later become NFL Europe.
Columbus, Ohio was awarded the WLAF franchise after the Raleigh–Durham Skyhawks posted an 0-10 season. Ohio didn't do much better, posting a 1-9 record after one season of play. The sole win came at the expense of the Frankfurt Galaxy in week 7, a 20-17 victory in Columbus.
The Glory played their home games in Ohio Stadium on Ohio State University's campus, which at the time had a seating capacity of 91,470 (now 102,329). Their head coach was Larry Little, and they participated in the North American East division. Their first draft pick was former NFL quarterback Babe Laufenberg.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
|1992||1||9||0||4th North American East||--|
Week 1: Orlando Thunder 13, Ohio 9
Week 2: Sacramento Surge 17, Ohio 6
Week 3: Orlando Thunder 28, Ohio 3
Week 4: Montreal Machine 31, Ohio 20
Week 5: San Antonio Riders 17, Ohio 0
Week 6: Barcelona Dragons 20, Ohio 10
Week 7: Ohio 20, Frankfurt Galaxy 17
Week 8: New York/New Jersey Knights 39, Ohio 33 (OT)
Week 9: Sacramento Surge 21, Ohio 7
Week 10: Birmingham Fire 27, Ohio 24
|1992 Ohio Glory roster|
| Reserve Lists