1999 Arena Football League season

The 1999 Arena Football League season was the 13th season of the Arena Football League. It was succeeded by 2000. The league champions were the Albany Firebirds, who defeated the Orlando Predators in ArenaBowl XIII.

1999 Arena Football League season
LeagueArena Football League
SportArena football
DurationApril 23, 1999 – August 21, 1999
ArenaBowl XIII
ChampionsAlbany Firebirds
  Runners-upOrlando Predators
Finals MVPEddie Brown, ALB
AFL seasons

StandingsEdit

Team Overall Division
Wins Losses Percentage Wins Losses Percentage
National Conference
Eastern Division
Albany Firebirds 11 3 0.786 5 1 0.833
New Jersey Red Dogs 6 8 0.429 5 1 0.833
New England Sea Wolves 5 9 0.357 2 4 0.333
Buffalo Destroyers 1 13 0.071 0 6 0.000
Southern Division
Tampa Bay Storm 11 3 0.786 6 0 1.000
Nashville Kats 8 6 0.571 3 3 0.500
Orlando Predators 7 7 0.500 3 3 0.500
Florida Bobcats 3 11 0.214 0 6 0.000
American Conference
Central Division
Iowa Barnstormers 11 3 0.786 4 2 0.667
Grand Rapids Rampage 8 6 0.571 4 2 0.667
Milwaukee Mustangs 7 7 0.500 2 4 0.333
Houston Thunderbears 4 10 0.286 2 4 0.333
Western Division
Arizona Rattlers 10 4 0.714 2 2 0.500
Portland Forest Dragons 7 7 0.500 2 2 0.500
San Jose SaberCats 6 8 0.429 2 2 0.500
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Grey indicates best regular season record

PlayoffsEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals ArenaBowl XIII
         
1 Tampa Bay 19
8 Orlando 41
8 Orlando 48
2 Iowa 41
2 Iowa 66
7 Milwaukee 34
8 Orlando 48
3 Albany 59
3 Albany 55
6 Grand Rapids 45
3 Albany 73
4 Arizona 47
4 Arizona 34
5 Nashville 30

All-Arena teamEdit

Position First team Second team
Quarterback Mike Pawlawski, Albany Craig Kusick, Grand Rapids
Fullback/Linebacker Andre Bowden, Tampa Bay Bob McMillen, Arizona
Wide receiver/Defensive back Carlos James, Iowa
Darryl Hammond, Nashville
Melvin Cunningham, Tampa Bay
Randy Gatewood, Arizona
Wide receiver/Linebacker Gary Compton, Milwaukee Hunkie Cooper, Arizona
Offensive specialist Eddie Brown, Albany Steve Papin, San Jose
Offensive lineman/Defensive lineman Robert Stewart, New Jersey
James Baron, Nashville
Joe Jacobs, Albany
Jon Krick, Albany
Willie Wyatt, Tampa Bay
Rich McKenzie, Orlando
Defensive specialist Cecil Doggette, Arizona
Derek Stingley, Albany
Shea Showers, Iowa
Mark Ricks, Portland
Kicker Mike Black, New England Daron Alcorn, Portland