The St. Louis Stallions are a fictional professional American football team based in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.  The Stallions are a member of the Continental Football Conference (CFC) Heartland Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).

St. Louis Stallions

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Inaugural Season 2013
League/Conference Affiliations

League CFA
Conference Continental
Division Heartland
Owner John Goodman
General Manager Drew Shaw
Head Coach Torry Holt
League 2017
Conference 2014, 2015, 2017
Division 2014-2018
Playoff Appearances 5
Home Fields
Field Budweiser Dome

(2013 - Present)

History Edit

During the 2012 season it was announced that the CFA would expand to 20 teams in the 2013 season. Drew Shaw was awarded a franchise and placed his team in St. Louis, Missouri. The team has had a lot of success in their short history, including a streak of Division and Conference Championships including three Continental Bowl appearances.

2013 Edit

The Stallions began operations following the 2012 Continental Bowl, and signed their first player, WR Frank Spears, to a 3 year, $9 million dollar contract. They picked fourth in that year's entry draft, and selected WR Charles Fonseca. The Stallions then traded up to the first pick of the second round and selected QB Rogelio Park. The team had already built the foundations of one of the league's best offenses. Park started every game as a rookie, and they stayed in contention in the old Southeast Division for most of the season, before finishing with an 8-10 record, the only losing record in the team's history.

2014 Edit

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
2013 CFA 8 10 N N N/A
2014 CFA 13 3 Y Y Lost Continental Bowl V 39-36 to Portland (11-5)
2015 CFA 11 5 Y Y Lost Continental Bowl VI 27-21 to San Francisco (15-1)
2016 CFA 13 3 Y Y Lost Conference Championship 23-12 to New Jersey (16-0)
2017 CFA 14 2 Y Y Won Continental Bowl VIII 34-33 over San Francisco (14-2)
2018 CFA 13 3 Y Y Lost Divisional Rd. 33-21 to Trafalgar (11-5)
2019 CFA 13 3 Y Y Lost Continental Bowl X 27-23 to Los Angeles (10-6)
2020 CFA 14 2 Y Y Lost Conference Rd. 20-17 (OT) to Trafalgar (13-3)
2021 CFA 14 2 Y Y Lost Divisional Rd. 42-35 to Pittsburgh (11-5)
2022 CFA 13 3 Y Y Lost Conference Rd. 38-35 (OT) to Chicago (13-3)
2023 CFA 11 5 Y Y Lost Divisional Rd. 24-21 to Ohio (12-4)