1996 Arena Football League season


1996 Arena Football League season

The 1996 Arena Football League season was the 10th season of the Arena Football League. The league champions were the Tampa Bay Storm, who defeated the Iowa Barnstormers in ArenaBowl X. The AFL finally stablized its scheduled number of games. It expanded to a 14-game season, which would remain until 2003. Previously, the scheduled number of games had not lasted for more than three years

tandings

* "Green indicates clinched playoff berth"
* "Purple indicates division champion"
* "Grey indicates best regular season record"

Playoffs

8TeamBracket | RD1=Quarterfinals
RD2=Semifinals
RD3=ArenaBowl X
group1=
group2=

RD1-seed1=1
RD1-team1=Iowa 12-2
RD1-score1=52
RD1-seed2=8
RD1-team2=St. Louis 8-6
RD1-score2=49

RD1-seed3=4
RD1-team3=Albany 10-4
RD1-score3=70
RD1-seed4=5
RD1-team4=Milwaukee 10-4
RD1-score4=58

RD1-seed5=2
RD1-team5=Tampa Bay 12-2
RD1-score5=30
RD1-seed6=7
RD1-team6=Anaheim 9-5
RD1-score6=16

RD1-seed7=3
RD1-team7=Arizona 11-3
RD1-score7=65
RD1-seed8=6
RD1-team8=Orlando 9-5
RD1-score8=48

RD2-seed1=1
RD2-team1=Iowa 13-2
RD2-score1=62
RD2-seed2=4
RD2-team2=Albany 11-4
RD2-score2=55

RD2-seed3=2
RD2-team3=Tampa Bay 13-2
RD2-score3=55
RD2-seed4=3
RD2-team4=Arizona 12-3
RD2-score4=54

RD3-seed1=1
RD3-team1=Iowa 14-2
RD3-score1=38
RD3-seed2=2
RD3-team2=Tampa Bay 14-2
RD3-score2=42


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