Wichita Force
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Wichita Force
Wichita Force
Current season
Established 2014
Play in Intrust Bank Arena
in Wichita, Kansas
Wichita Force logo
League/conference affiliations

Champions Indoor Football (2015-present)

  • Southern Division (2016)
  • South Conference (2017-present)
Team colors Black, orange, white & silver
General manager Stuart Schake[1]
Head coach Morris Lolar
Team history
  • Wichita Force (2015-present)

League championships (1)

Conference championships (0)

Division championships (1)

Playoff appearances (2)
Home arena(s)

The Wichita Force are a professional indoor football team based in Wichita, Kansas. They are members of the Champions Indoor Football league. The team was founded in 2014 as an expansion franchise.[2] The Force's home games are played at Intrust Bank Arena.


For the inaugural 2015 season, the Force hired former Wichita Wild head coach Paco Martinez.[3] The Force opened the season with a home loss to the Salina Bombers,[4] then regrouped to win four consecutive games in a five-week span.[5][6] After that stretch, results have been mixed with road losses to the two teams that would end up playing in the Champions Bowl--Texas Revolution and Sioux City Bandits--then, a home win over the Salina Bombers, and a road win over the Dodge City Law.[7][8]

In 2017, the Force underwent an ownership change and head coach Martinez was fired after three seasons with the team. He was replaced by Morris Lolar as the head coach.

Season-by-season results

League Champions Conference Champions Division Champions Playoff Berth League Leader
Season Team League Conference Division Regular season Postseason results
Finish Wins Losses Ties
2015 2015 CIF 3rd[a] 8 4 0 Lost Semi-Finals 27-39 (Texas)
2016 2016 CIF Northern 1st 10 2 0 Won Divisional Championship 52-51 (Bloomington)
Won Champions Bowl II 48-45 (Amarillo)
2017 2017 CIF South 6th 7 5 0
Totals 25 11 0 All-time regular season record (2015-2017)
2 1 -- All-time postseason record (2015-2017)
27 12 0 All-time regular season and postseason record (2015-2017)
  1. ^ During the 2015 season, the CIF did not have divisions. Listed finish is each team's position in the overall league standings.



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