Travis County Exposition Center – Austin Wild

Travis County Exposition Center – Austin Wild

It’s no secret that Texas loves its football. High school, college, and pro all bring in crowds across the state, and the same can be said for the arena/indoor style. Since the inception of the Arena Football League, this type of football has kept a presence in the Lone Star State. The newest representative is the Austin Wild of the American Arena League.

George M. Holmes Convocation Center – High Country Grizzlies

George M. Holmes Convocation Center – High Country Grizzlies

The southeastern United States has seen a resurgence of indoor football of late, with several new teams being created in the past couple of years in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The High Country Grizzlies are one such team, formed in 2017 and now part of the newly created American Arena League (AAL), which was founded in 2018 out of a merger between two other indoor football leagues.

Stadium Journey Podcast, Episode 117-Arena Football League

Stadium Journey Podcast, Episode 117-Arena Football League

Tim Capper from ArenaFan.com joins us tonight to talk all things Arena Football. We discuss the past, present and future of the AFL, including best gameday experiences and where the league will be headed in the future. As always, we talk about all the great places we’ve all been recently and debut a new feature, Jay’s Journies, discussing MLB Expansion.

Duplin County Events Center – East Carolina Torch

Duplin County Events Center – East Carolina Torch

The southeastern United States has seen a resurgence of indoor football of late, with several new teams being created in the past couple of years in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.  The East Carolina Torch are one such team, formed in 2015 and now part of the newly created American Arena League (AAL), which was founded in 2018 out of a merger between two other indoor football leagues.  After spending their first two seasons playing in Raleigh’s Dorton Arena as the Triangle Torch, in 2018 the team began playing in Duplin County Events Center (90 miles east of Raleigh) due to a change in ownership, and subsequently changed their name to the East Carolina Torch.