All American Football League 2008

All American Football League Logo [References: 1]


All American Football League 2008

PosTeamWLTPctPFPANet PtsStreak
0Team Alabama0000.0000000
0Team Arkansas0000.0000000
0Team Florida0000.0000000
0Team Michigan0000.0000000
0Team Tennessee0000.0000000
0Team Texas0000.0000000

Home Stadiums

Team AlabamaLegion Field, Birmingham, Alabama
Team ArkansasWar Memorial Stadium, Little Rock, Arkansas
Team FloridaBen Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, Florida
Team MichiganFord Field, Detroit, Michigan
Team TennesseeNeyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee
Team TexasRice Stadium, Houston, Texas
All American Football League 2008 Stadiums

Team Head Coaches and First Draft Pick

TeamHead CoachFirst Draft Pick
Team AlabamaMike Jones (former Frankfurt Galaxy, NFL Europa)Josh Sewell (Nebraska, C)
Team ArkansasRon Calgacgi
Team FloridaShane Matthews
Team MichiganTom Montes (former Assistant Coach of Detroit Lions, NFL)
Team TennesseeAndy Kelly
Team TexasJohn Jenkins (former University of Houston Coach)
All American Football League Coaches and First Draft Picks.

About the All American Football League 2008

The All American Football League was headquartered in Atlanta. Georgia and intended to start play in 2008 as a compliment to both the National Football League (NFL) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), playing by NCAA rules. It had six teams located in Major Stadiums, mostly in the South of the United States of America (Houston, Little Rock, Knoxville, Gainesville, Birmingham) with one team in the Midwest (Detroit, Michigan). Teams were named after the State they were located in but had no nicknames, instead being known as Team Alabama, Team Arkansas, Team Florida, Team Michigan, Team Tennessee and Team Texas.

The draft went ahead on January 26th 2008 as planned, with the opening game scheduled for April 2008, but on March 13th, 2008 the League gave a press release announcing the postponement of the start date until 2009. The arrival of the United Football League which played from 2009 to 2011 may have been the factor which ended the All American Football League before it started, as the AAFL never got off the ground.


[1] Angelfire (2008) aafllogo [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 20 October 2021]

[2] Angelfire (2008) All American Football League [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 20 October 2021]

[3] AI (2008) All American Football League Draft Underway [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 20 October 2021]

[4]AAFL Wayback Machine (2008) Teams [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 20 October 2021]

[5] AAFL Wayback Machine (2008) Press Release: AAFL Postpones Inaugural season until 2009 [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 20 October 2021]


Thanks to Martha Griffin


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Last Updated: 20 October 2021

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