The Salt Lake Demons are a fictional professional American football team based in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. The Demons are a member of the United Football Conference (UFC) Mountain Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).

Salt Lake Demons

Saltlakedemons logo
Inaugural Season 2014
League/Conference Affiliations

League CFA
Conference United
Division Mountain
Owner Mark Nicholson
General Manager Mark Nicholson
Head Coach Unknown
League -
Conference 2018
Division 2018
Playoff Appearances 2
Home Fields
Field New Rio Tinto Stadium

(2017 - Present)

TCF Bank Stadium

(2015 - 2016)

Arrowhead Stadium (2014)

History Edit

During the 2013 season, the fledgling CFA awarded Kansas City a franchise to Scott Dunham, the team would begin play during the next season. He named the team Red Storm. This would last just one season, however. He moved the team to Minneapolis, Minnesota (renaming them Primes) the following season and sold the team shortly after to current owner Mark Nicholson. Per a league policy that was put into place Mark waited out the two seasons before relocating to Salt Lake City, Utah.

Kansas City Red Storm (2014) Edit

2014 Edit

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Minnesota Primes (2015-2016) Edit

2015 Edit

This season marks the team's first season in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2016 Edit

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Salt Lake Demons (2017-Present) Edit

2017 Edit

This season marks the team's first season in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2018 Edit

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Year by Year Results Edit

Season League Wins Losses Playoffs? Div. Champs? Playoff Results
2014 CFA 3 13 N N N/A
2015 CFA 5 11 N N N/A
2016 CFA 6 10 N N N/A
2017 CFA 9 7 Y N Lost Divisional Rd. 31-28 to San Francisco (14-2)
2018 CFA 15 1 Y Y Lost Continental Bowl IX 23-20 to Orlando (14-2)
2019 CFA 14 2 Y Y Lost Divisional Rd. 35-17 to New Jersey (10-6)
2020 CFA 11 5 N N N/A
2021 CFA 11 5 Y Y Lost Continental Bowl XII 23-20 (OT) to New Jersey (13-3)
2022 CFA 11 5 Y N Lost Wild Card Rd. 26-14 to Birmingham (10-6)
2023 CFA 11 5 Y Y Lost Wild Card Rd. 32-27 to San Diego (11-5)