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Defunct American football teams in Ohio

This list has 21 sub-lists and 46 members. See also American football teams in Ohio, Defunct American football teams in the United States by state, Defunct sports teams in Ohio
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Akron Pros
Akron Pros 3 L, 6 T
Oorang Indians
Oorang Indians 2 L, 2 T
Canton Bulldogs
Canton Bulldogs 5 L, 7 T
Dayton Triangles
Dayton Triangles 4 L, 3 T
Cincinnati Celts
Cincinnati Celts 3 L, 1 T
Columbus Tigers
Columbus Tigers 2 L, 1 T
Massillon Tigers
Massillon Tigers 3 L, 3 T
Toledo Maroons
Toledo Maroons 3 L, 6 T
Canton Cougars
Canton Cougars 1 L, 2 T
Marion Mayhem
Marion Mayhem 1 L, 6 T
Ohio Glory
Ohio Glory 2 L, 1 T
  • Canton Bulldogs
    Canton Bulldogs Defunct American football team
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    The Canton Bulldogs were a professional American football team, based in Canton, Ohio. They played in the Ohio League from 1903 to 1906 and 1911 to 1919, and the American Professional Football Association (later renamed the National Football League (NFL) in 1922), from 1920 to 1923 and again from 1925 to 1926. The Bulldogs would go on to win the 1916, 1917 and 1919 Ohio League championships. They were the NFL champions in 1922 and 1923. In 1921–1923, the Bulldogs played 25 straight games without a defeat (including 3 ties), which as of 2019 remains an NFL record. As a result of the Bulldogs' early success along with the league being founded in the city, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton. Jim Thorpe, the Olympian and renowned all-around athlete, was Canton's most-recognized player in the pre-NFL era.
  • Youngstown Hardhats Sports Team
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    The Youngstown Hardhats were a semi-professional football team who played in the 1970s. The team was based in Youngstown, Ohio, and competed in the Middle Atlantic Football League.
  • Youngstown Patricians
    Youngstown Patricians Defunct sports team
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    The Youngstown Patricians were a semi-professional football team based in Youngstown, Ohio. In the 1910s, the team briefly held the professional football championship and established itself as a fierce rival of more experienced clubs around the country, some of which later formed the core of the National Football League. The Patricians football team motto was "With Malice to None and a Square Deal to all."
  • Cincinnati Celts
    Cincinnati Celts Defunct American football team
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    The Cincinnati Celts (pronounced with a hard C) was the first professional football team to play in Cincinnati, Ohio. The team played in the unofficial "Ohio League" and the American Professional Football Association (renamed the National Football League in 1922). The Celts were a traveling team, playing all of their APFA games in other cities' stadia. In its only season in the APFA, 1921, the team had a record of 1–3. For the entire span of the team's existence, the Celts were coached by Mel Doherty, who was also the team's center.
  • Columbus Aces
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    The Columbus Aces were a proposed indoor football team based in Columbus, Ohio. The team was set to be the final team expansion team of the Continental Indoor Football League in 2010. The Aces would have been the third attempt at arena or indoor football in Columbus, the first were the Arena Football League's, following prior teams the Columbus Thunderbolts (played only the 1991 season before moving to Cleveland) and the Columbus Destroyers (started play in 2004, ended play in 2008 as the team never came back from the AFL's season long restructuring hiatu). The owners of the Aces were Michael Burtch and Stanley Jackson. The Aces were scheduled to play their home games at the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Toledo Maroons
    Toledo Maroons American football team from Toledo, Ohio
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    The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923. Prior to joining the NFL, the Maroons played in the unofficial "Ohio League" from 1902 until 1921.
  • Canton Legends
    Canton Legends Sports Team
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    The Canton Legends was a professional indoor football team based out of Canton, Ohio. They were a charter member of the American Indoor Football Association, which played their first season under the name Atlantic Indoor Football League, and their second season as the American Indoor Football League. They played their home games at Canton Memorial Civic Center. The team name is in reference to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, since Canton is where the building is located.
  • Steubenville Stampede
    Steubenville Stampede Sports Team
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    The Steubenville Stampede was an indoor football franchise, most recently a member of the Continental Indoor Football League. They played their home games at the St. John Arena in Steubenville, Ohio, United States.
  • Marion Mayhem
    Marion Mayhem Sports Team
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    The Marion Mayhem were a professional indoor football team based in Marion, Ohio. The team was a charter member of the Great Lakes Indoor Football League (GLIFL), later renamed the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL), joining in 2006 as an expansion team. The Mayhem were the first professional indoor football team to be based in Marion, but were the second pro football team to be based in the area since the NFL's Oorang Indians. The team folded during the 2010 season due to financial problems. The Owners of the Mayhem were Michael Burtch and Stanley Jackson. They played their home games at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Marion, Ohio.
  • Dayton Wolfpack
    Dayton Wolfpack Sports Team
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    The Dayton Wolfpack are a professional indoor football team and a charter member of the National Arena League (NAL) set to begin play for its inaugural 2017 season. Originally to be based in Dayton, Ohio, the Wolfpack had announced their home venue as the Nutter Center but apparently failed to reach a lease agreement. The Wolfpack are currently listed as a travelling team by the NAL.
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