Florida Football Alliance

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Florida Football Alliance
Sport American football
CEO Marcus Darby
Inaugural season 2008
No. of teams 16
Country United States
Most recent champion(s) Magic City Bulls (3rd title)
Most titles Magic City Bulls (3 titles)
Official website FFAFootball.org

The Florida Football Alliance is a minor American football league composed 16 teams divided equally between 2 conferences. The teams are then divided equally again among two divisions per conference. At the end of the season, two teams play against each other in the league championship, dubbed the "Alliance Bowl".

In 2012, the FFA signed an agreement with Profit Planners Management, Inc.'s Sports and Entertainment Practice.[1]

Alliance Bowl[edit]

Game Date Winning team Score Losing team Venue City Ref
I May 3, 2008 Magic City Bulls 30-18 Bradenton Gladiators Municipal Stadium Daytona Beach, Florida
II May 2, 2009 Port St. Lucie Bobcats 40-34 Magic City Bulls (2) Municipal Stadium (2) Daytona Beach, Florida (2) [2]
III May 1, 2010 Orlando Rage 40-34 Magic City Bulls (3) UNF Hodges Stadium Jacksonville, Florida
IV April 30, 2011 Magic City Bulls (4) 56-50 Orlando Rage (2) Municipal Stadium (3) Daytona Beach, Florida (3)
V May 5, 2012 Orlando Rage (3) 35-30 Bradenton Gladiators (2) Ansin Sports Complex Mirimar, Florida [3]
VI May 25, 2013 Magic City Bulls (5) 61-28 Orlando Rage (4) Tropical Park Stadium Miami, Florida [4]



  1. ^ "Florida Football Alliance Signs Profit Planners Management, Inc. to Provide Management, Marketing and Branding Services". Yahoo!. November 20, 2012. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  2. ^ "St. Lucie defeats Miami-Magic City to win Florida Football Alliance Championship". TCPalm. May 3, 2009. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Former UCF QB Israel, Orlando Rage Alliance V champions". Florida Today. May 13, 2012. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  4. ^ Jason Dill (May 21, 2013). "Commentary Bevy of Bradenton Gladiators named Florida Football Alliance all-stars". Bradenton. Retrieved October 20, 2013.