List of Philadelphia Soul seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Philadelphia Soul. The Soul are a professional arena football franchise of the Arena Football League (AFL), based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The team was established in 2004. The Soul have appeared in three ArenaBowls, the first coming in the 2008 season, where they finished with the best record in the league, and put together a playoff run that ended with a win in ArenaBowl XXII. The team made back to back appearances in ArenaBowl XXV and ArenaBowl XXVI, however lost both games. Prior to the 2009 season, the AFL announced that it had suspended operations indefinitely and canceled the 2009 season. The league returned in 2010, however the Soul did not return until 2011. The team plays all of its home games at Wells Fargo Center. Until its closing in 2009, the team played Saturday home games at Wachovia Spectrum.

ArenaBowl Champions ArenaBowl Appearance Division Champions Playoff Berth
Season League Conference Division Regular season Postseason results
Finish Wins Losses
Philadelphia Soul
2004 AFL National Eastern 5th 5 11
2005 AFL National Eastern 4th 6 10
2006 AFL National Eastern 3rd 9 7 Won Wild Card Round (Austin) 52–35
Lost Divisional Round (Orlando) 31–27
2007 AFL National Eastern 2nd 8 8 Won Wild Card Round (Orlando) 41–26
Lost Divisional Round (Georgia) 65–39
2008 AFL National Eastern 1st 13 3 Won Divisional Round (New York) 49–48
Won Conference Championship (Cleveland) 70–35
Won ArenaBowl XXII (San Jose) 59–56
2009 The AFL suspended operations for the 2009 season.[1]
2010 Did not play in 2010.
2011 AFL American East 4th 6 12
2012 AFL American Eastern 1st 15 3 Won Conference Semifinals (New Orleans) 66–53
Won Conference Championship (Jacksonville) 89–34
Lost ArenaBowl XXV (Arizona) 72–54
2013 AFL American Eastern 1st 12 6 Won Conference Semifinals (Orlando) 59–55
Won Conference Championship (Jacksonville) 75–59
Lost ArenaBowl XXVI (Arizona) 48–39
Total 74 60 (includes only regular season)
9 4 (includes only the postseason)
83 64 (includes both regular season and postseason)

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  1. ^ "AFL suspends 2009 season". Arena Football League. Retrieved November 20, 2009. [dead link]