1992 WLAF season

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1992 WLAF season
Regular season
Duration March 21, 1992 – May 24, 1992
Playoffs
Start date May 30, 1992
World Bowl '92
Date June 6, 1992
Site Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Canada
1991  WLAF seasons  1995

The 1992 WLAF season was the second season of the World League of American Football. The regular season began on March 21, and concluded on May 24. The postseason ran from May 30 until June 6, when the Sacramento Surge defeated the Orlando Thunder 21–17 in World Bowl '92 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Canada.

Regular season[edit]

Week 1[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, March 21 Frankfurt Galaxy 17–0 Barcelona Dragons
Birmingham Fire 6–20 Sacramento Surge
Sunday, March 22 Ohio Glory 9–13 Orlando Thunder
New York/New Jersey Knights 20–26 * London Monarchs
Montreal Machine 16–17 San Antonio Riders

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Week 2[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, March 28 New York/New Jersey Knights 14–15 Barcelona Dragons
Frankfurt Galaxy 31–28 London Monarchs
Orlando Thunder 29–31 Montreal Machine
Sunday, March 29 San Antonio Riders 10–17 Birmingham Fire
Sacramento Surge 17–6 Ohio Glory

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Week 3[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, April 4 London Monarchs 7–13 Barcelona Dragons
Montreal Machine 7–14 Sacramento Surge
San Antonio Riders 9–3 New York/New Jersey Knights
Sunday, April 5 Birmingham Fire 17–7 Frankfurt Galaxy
Orlando Thunder 28–3 Ohio Glory

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Week 4[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, April 11 Barcelona Dragons 20–17 Frankfurt Galaxy
Birmingham Fire 17–17 * London Monarchs
San Antonio Riders 23–20 * Sacramento Surge
Sunday, April 12 New York/New Jersey Knights 21–39 Orlando Thunder
Ohio Glory 20–31 Montreal Machine

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Week 5[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, April 18 Barcelona Dragons 9–0 London Monarchs
Sacramento Surge 14–28 Birmingham Fire
Frankfurt Galaxy 21–24 New York/New Jersey Knights
Sunday, April 19 Ohio Glory 0–17 San Antonio Riders
Montreal Machine 8–16 Orlando Thunder

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Week 6[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, April 25 Orlando Thunder 38–0 Frankfurt Galaxy
Birmingham Fire 14–17 San Antonio Riders
Sunday, April 26 Ohio Glory 10–20 Barcelona Dragons
Sacramento Surge 31–26 London Monarchs
New York/New Jersey Knights 34–11 Montreal Machine

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Week 7[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, May 2 Barcelona Dragons 17–19 Birmingham Fire
Frankfurt Galaxy 17–20 Ohio Glory
Sunday, May 3 Orlando Thunder 39–21 San Antonio Riders
London Monarchs 13–41 New York/New Jersey Knights
Sacramento Surge 35–21 Montreal Machine

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Week 8[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, May 9 Frankfurt Galaxy 7–51 Sacramento Surge
London Monarchs 0–9 Orlando Thunder
Sunday, May 10 New York/New Jersey Knights 39–33 * Ohio Glory
San Antonio Riders 17–0 Barcelona Dragons
Montreal Machine 16–23 * Birmingham Fire

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Week 9[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, May 16 Ohio Glory 7–21 Sacramento Surge
Barcelona Dragons 0–47 New York/New Jersey Knights
Sunday, May 17 Orlando Thunder 23–24 Birmingham Fire
London Monarchs 45–13 Montreal Machine
San Antonio Riders 43–14 Frankfurt Galaxy

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Week 10[edit]

Date Visiting team Final score Home team
Saturday, May 23 London Monarchs 16–19 Frankfurt Galaxy
Montreal Machine 21–41 New York/New Jersey Knights
Barcelona Dragons 10–13 Orlando Thunder
Sacramento Surge 27–21 San Antonio Riders
Sunday, May 24 Birmingham Fire 27–24 Ohio Glory

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Standings[edit]

European Division W L T PCT PF PA Div
Barcelona Dragons 5 5 0 .500 104 161 3-1-0
Frankfurt Galaxy 3 7 0 .300 150 257 3-1-0
London Monarchs 2 7 1 .250 178 203 0-4-0
North American East Division W L T PCT PF PA Div
Orlando Thunder 8 2 0 .800 247 127 4-1-0
New York/New Jersey Knights 6 4 0 .600 284 188 3-1-0
Montreal Machine 2 8 0 .200 175 274 2-3-0
Ohio Glory 1 9 0 .100 132 230 0-4-0
North American West Division W L T PCT PF PA Div
Sacramento Surge 8 2 0 .800 250 152 2-2-0
Birmingham Fire 7 2 1 .750 192 165 2-2-0
San Antonio Riders 7 3 0 .700 195 150 2-2-0

Postseason[edit]

Semifinals World Bowl '92
           
1 Birmingham Fire 7
4 Orlando Thunder 45
Sacramento Surge 21
Orlando Thunder 17
3 Barcelona Dragons 15
2 Sacramento Surge 17

References[edit]

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  14. ^ "World League". European Stars and Stripes. May 12, 1992. p. 24. Retrieved May 20, 2012. 
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  17. ^ "World League". European Stars and Stripes. May 25, 1992. p. 24. Retrieved July 28, 2012. 
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