Played in Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina
|Arena Football League (2000–2004)|
|Team colors||Red, black, and old gold|
|Head coach||Ron Selesky|
|League championships (0)|
|Conference championships (0)|
Prior to 2005, the AFL did not have conference championship games
|Division championships (0)|
|Playoff appearances (2)|
They played their home games in Raleigh, North Carolina, at the Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena (now called the PNC Arena) prior to the 2003 season. The team was based in the Charlotte Coliseum through 2004. Coaching staff included: Ed Khayat, John Gregory, Ron Selesky, Ray Jauch. On September 20, 2004, prior to the arrival of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, the league announced the termination of this franchise; its players were made available to the other AFL teams in a dispersal draft.
The Cobras' legacy in Charlotte was actually meant to fill open dates at the Charlotte Coliseum when the original Charlotte Hornets moved to New Orleans. When the Charlotte Bobcats began play, the Cobras were no longer necessary.
The Cobras' name (previously used for one year by the Charlotte Cobras of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League) is now in use by the city of Charlotte for its works team in the National Public Safety Football League.
Notable players edit
Arena Football Hall of Famers edit
|Carolina Cobras Hall of Famers|
|No.||Name||Year inducted||Position(s)||Years w/ Cobras|
All-Arena players edit
The following Cobras players have been named to All-Arena Teams:
- WR/LB Cory Fleming (1)
All-Ironman players edit
The following Cobras players have been named to All-Ironman Teams:
All-Rookie players edit
The following Cobras players have been named to All-Rookie Teams:
- OL/DL Silas DeMary