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American West Football Conference

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American West Football Conference
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2019 American West Football Conference season
SportIndoor football
FounderPlatinum Events & Security LLC
Inaugural season2019
PresidentChris Reynolds
CommissionerDon Miller
No. of teams5
CountryUnited States
Most recent
Idaho Horsemen

The American West Football Conference (AWFC) is a professional indoor American football league created in 2018 by Platinum Events & Security, LLC, the owners of the Idaho Horsemen. The league's inaugural season began play in 2019.[1]

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After being unable to join the Indoor Football League or Champions Indoor Football citing financial and travel issues, Chris Reynolds, owner of the Idaho Horsemen announced that his ownership group Platinum Events & Security, LLC, created a new indoor league, the American West Football Conference (AWFC).[2] The league was created to fill the void of a lack of west coast teams and leagues and to decrease travel costs of operating the regional teams.[1][3] The league was announced with four teams: the Horsemen, Reno Express, Tri-Cities Fire, and the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks. The AWFC later added the Sacramento Spartans, but the team's facilities did not meet league standards and was removed a month before the start of the season.[4]

The first game in league history was the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks at the Idaho Horsemen on March 23, where the Horsemen won 33–22.[5] The season's first forfeit came on May 4 when the Skyhawks did not travel to play the Reno Express, who instead played a local semiprofessional team in order to fulfill its lease agreement. The following week, the only scheduled game was also postponed citing travel issues with the Tri-Cities Fire visiting Idaho, but was made-up on June 19. Idaho went undefeated and won the championship game 40–20 over Reno.


Team Location Arena Capacity Founded Joined Head coach
Idaho Horsemen Nampa, Idaho Ford Idaho Center 12,279 2017 2019 Chris Reynolds
Reno Express Reno, Nevada Reno Events Center 7,000 2018 2019 Troy Hansen
Tri-Cities Fire Kennewick, Washington Toyota Center[6] 6,000 2018 2019 Kevin Heard
Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks[7] Wenatchee, Washington Town Toyota Center 4,300 2018 2019 Meadow Lemon
Yakima Canines[8] Yakima, Washington Yakima SunDome[9] 2019 2020
Location of AWFC teams


2019 season


Final standings.[10]

2019 American West Football Conference
yIdaho Horsemen 12 0 1.000 597 331 W12
xWenatchee Valley Skyhawks 6 6 .500 461 381 6 W2
xReno Express 6 6 .500 339 396 6 W1
Tri-Cities Fire 0 12 .000 303 592 12 L12

y – clinched regular season title

x – clinched playoff spot


  Semifinal     Final
    3 Reno Express 20
  3 Reno Express 28     1 Idaho Horsemen 40
  2 Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks 27  


  1. ^ a b "HISTORY". Official Website. October 15, 2018. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  2. ^ "A DECISION HAS BEEN MADE". AWFC Insider. October 15, 2018.
  3. ^ Castete, Aaron (October 21, 2018). "Western US based indoor football league forming for 2019". Arena Football Talk. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  4. ^ "LETTER FROM THE COMMISSIONER". AWFC. February 20, 2019.
  5. ^ "Mike Prater: These Horsemen don't appear headless". The Idaho Press. March 23, 2019.
  6. ^ "Indoor football team reaches Tri-Cities deal". Tri-City Herald. January 29, 2019.
  7. ^ Darby, Uriah (October 9, 2018). "Evening News October 9, 2018". NCW Life Channel. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  8. ^ "YAKIMA CANINES JOIN AWFC". AWFC. September 11, 2019.
  9. ^ "AWFC Lands in Yakima!". Arena Football Talk. September 10, 2019.
  10. ^ "AWFC Standings". AWFC. Retrieved June 27, 2019.

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