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November 17, 2004 - New League Launches: United Indoor Football

Twelve teams spanning from South Dakota to Alabama have come together to form United Indoor Football, an indoor football league played in small to mid-size markets throughout the United States. All 12 teams will be announced at a press conference today at 2:00 p.m. CST (1:00 p.m. MST, 3:00 p.m. EST.) Individual team announcements have been scheduled in all 12 markets.

United Indoor Football boasts three former league champions and five former conference champions. The 12 teams are considered some of the strongest indoor football teams in the country. Most of the teams in the UIF have at least four years of previous operating experience and have a proven track record of success both on and off the field.

The teams will compete in three four-team divisions with the regular season beginning March 17, 2005. Teams will play a 15-game schedule to be concluded in mid-July with playoffs to follow.

Cities that will participate in the UIF and divisional alignment are as follows:

North Division
Rapid City, South Dakota
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Sioux City, Iowa
Omaha, Nebraska
Midwest Division
Peoria, Illinois
Dayton, Ohio
Ft. Wayne, Indiana
Wheeling, West Virginia
South Division
Evansville, Indiana
Tupelo, Mississippi
Huntsville, Alabama
Lexington, Kentucky

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