2010 Arena Football League season

The 2010 Arena Football League season was the inaugural season of the second incarnation of the Arena Football League, and the 23rd season of indoor football staged under the “Arena Football” brand. The regular season began on April 2, 2010 and ended on July 31.[1] The season ended with ArenaBowl XXIII on August 20.[2]

Sports season

2010 Arena Football League season
League Arena Football League
Sport Arena football
Duration April 2, 2010 – August 20, 2010
Regular season
Season champions Spokane Shock
AFL Playoffs
American Conference champions Tampa Bay Storm
  American Conference runners-up Orlando Predators
National Conference champions Spokane Shock
  National Conference runners-up Milwaukee Iron
ArenaBowl XXIII
Champions Spokane Shock
  Runners-up Tampa Bay Storm
Finals MVP Kyle Rowley, SPO
AFL seasons

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American Conference
South Division
Team

W

L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Jacksonville Sharks 12 4 .750 893 806 4–2 7–1 5–3
Tampa Bay Storm 11 5 .687 926 812 3–3 6–2 5–3
Orlando Predators 8 8 .500 865 845 4–2 4–4 4–4
Alabama Vipers 7 9 .437 812 860 1–5 5–3 2–6
Southwest Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Tulsa Talons 10 6 .625 994 899 6–0 6–2 4–4
Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz 6 10 .375 833 870 3–3 5–3 1–7
Dallas Vigilantes 3 13 .187 800 920 2–4 1–7 2–6
Bossier–Shreveport Battle Wings 3 13 .187 799 1030 1–5 2–6 1–7
National Conference
Midwest Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Milwaukee Iron 11 5 .687 1043 903 5–1 7–1 4–4
Chicago Rush 10 6 .625 906 873 4–2 5–3 5–3
Cleveland Gladiators 7 9 .437 938 906 2–4 4–4 3–5
Iowa Barnstormers 7 9 .437 829 833 1–5 2–6 5–3
West Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Spokane Shock 13 3 .812 988 843 4–0 6–2 7–1
Arizona Rattlers 10 6 .625 987 885 2–2 5–3 5–3
Utah Blaze 2 14 .125 742 1040 0–4 1–7 1–7
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Gray indicates conference champion

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