The Los Angeles Matadors are a fictional professional American football team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The Matadors are a member of the United Football Conference (UFC) Pacific Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).

Los Angeles Matadors

Los angeles
Inaugural Season 2010
League/Conference Affiliations

League CFA
Conference United
Division Pacfic
Owner Nestor Rosales
General Manager Nestor Rosales
Head Coach Unknown
League -
Conference -
Division -
Playoff Appearances 2
Home Fields
Field Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

(2013 - Present)

Lincoln Financial Field (2012)

United Stadium (2010 - 2011)

History Edit

The Matadors franchise were among the original 12 that started in 2010. In the first two seasons the team was owned by Jimmy Wright the team played their games in Byrn Mawr, Pennsylvania and were known as the United. He sold the team before the 2012 season to Devin Bancod who moved to a bigger city (Philadelphia) and named them the Sentinels. Unfortunately his tenor would last just one season and the team was sold to current owner Nestor Rosales. Nestor moved the team across the US to his hometown, Los Angeles, California.

Bryn Mawr United (2010-2011) Edit

2010 Edit

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2011 Edit

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Pennsylvania Sentinels (2012) Edit

2012 Edit

This season marks the team's first season in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Los Angeles Matadors (2013-Present) Edit

2013 Edit

This season marks the team's first season in Los Angeles, California.

2014 Edit

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2015 Edit

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2016 Edit

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2017 Edit

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2018 Edit

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Year by Year Results Edit

Season League Wins Losses Playoffs? Div. Champs? Playoff Results
2010 CFA 11 5 Y N Lost Quarterfinal Rd. 16-14 to Washington (11-5)
2011 CFA 5 9 N N N/A
2012 CFA 5 11 N N N/A
2013 CFA 12 6 N N N/A
2014 CFA 10 6 Y N Lost Divisional Rd. 31-24 to San Francisco (16-0)
2015 CFA 5 11 N N N/A
2016 CFA 8 8 N N N/A
2017 CFA 8 8 N N N/A
2018 CFA 9 7 N N N/A
2019 CFA 10 6 Y N Won Continental Bowl X 27-23 vs. St. Louis (13-3)
2020 CFA 12 4 Y N Lost Divisional Rd. 31-20 to San Francisco (14-2)
2021 CFA 8 8 N N N/A
2022 CFA 11 5 Y Y Lost Divisional Rd. 23-6 to St. Louis (13-3)
2023 CFA 10 6 Y Y Lost Wild Card Rd. 27-24 to Colorado (11-5)