Utah Saints (AIFA)

The Utah Saints was a team of the American Indoor Football Association that played in 2008. They played their home games at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City. The Oval is best known for being a venue of the 2002 Winter Olympics, known as the "Fastest Ice On Earth," and was expanded to 2,500 for Saints games.

Utah Saints
Utah Saints.PNG
Founded2008
LeagueAmerican Indoor Football Association
Team historyUtah Saints
(2008)
Based inKearns, Utah
ArenaUtah Olympic Oval
ColorsBlack, Red, White      
PresidentMichael Curran
Head coachTBD
Championships0
Division titles0

The team was owned by Michael Curran, previously owner of the PIFL's Utah Catzz, and later on founder and CEO of the Utah Indoor Football League.

The team name is a reference to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), which is the preferred religion of 58% of Utah's adult population.[1]

Season-by-seasonEdit

Season records
Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2008 1 13 0 4th WC West --

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit