<!-- NOTE TO EDITORS: Edits have been made to correct the incorrect and defamatory statements made against Simplyme TV. The AIFA likes to spin this article and pretend the AIFL never existed, but I have put this notice up to tell you the truth. Yes, the AIFL had a lousy past, and the AIFA is running things much better, but their big mistake is ignoring the AIFL's history, which they wish to make us pretend with this article. If that wasn't the case, then why didn't they create an AIFL page? For once, Wikipedia needs to be reliable, and M&M need to stop hiding behind their screennames and face the truth. Thanks, Tom Danson P.S. Why should they worry about a Wikipedia page when there are more crucial issues at hand, such as trying to stabilize the Western Division? -->The American Indoor Football Association
was a professional indoor football
league that was formed in 2006. The league's creation coincided with the demise of the Atlantic/American Indoor Football League (AIFL), and all AIFL teams subsequently joined the AIFA. The remnants of the league are owned by Michael Mink, who co-founded the league along with John Morris in 2006.
The AIFL began as a regional league with six franchises on the East Coast of the United States
in 2005; after a rapid, and largely failed, expansion effort in 2006, most of the league's remaining teams jumped to the new AIFA (the rest joined the short-lived WIFL
). The AIFA expanded throughout existing territory and, in 2008, expanded... Read More