|League||Texas Football League, Continental Football League, Trans-American Football League|
|Based in||Texarkana, Texas|
|Division titles||3 (1968, 1969, 1971)|
The Texarkana Titans were a professional American football team based in Texarkana, Texas. They began play in 1967 as a member of the Southern Football League  and by 1968 joined the Texas Football League, and became a member of the Continental Football League when the former merged operations with it in 1969. The Titans played in the TFL's championship game in 1968, losing 21-16 to the San Antonio Toros. After the Continental Football League dissolved in 1970, most of the Texas Division teams (including the Titans) returned to an autonomous TFL.
The Titans were just one of the four TFL franchises to remain in the league when it changed its name to the Trans-American Football League (TAFL) in late 1970. The Titans finished with the best record in the league but lost another championship game to the Toros, 20-19. The TAFL lasted just one season, after which it and the Titans ceased operations.
|Texarkana Titans||1967||Southern Football League||Tom Collins|
|Texarkana Titans||1968||Texas Football League||7||5||0||1st, Eastern Division||Tom Collins|
|Texarkana Titans||1969||Continental Football League||7||5||0||1st, Texas Division West||Tom Collins / Jimmy Cobb|
|Texarkana Titans||1970||Texas Football League||7||3||0||2nd, TFL||Durwood Merrill|
|Texarkana Titans||1971||Trans-American Football League||5||0||0||1st, TAFL||M.C. Reynolds|
- ↑ Cartier, Kim Wilbanks (February 2, 2017). "Texarkana Titans". 1967 Texarkana Titans Football Program (September 16, 1967). https://www.facebook.com/TexarkanaTitans/.
- ↑ McLain, Jim (January 13, 1971). "Fancy Football in the Spring?". The Shreveport Times.
- ↑ Clemens, Gus (June 20, 1971). "Toros Get 20-19 Victory, Title". San Antonio Express.