The Lone Star Football League (LSFL) is a regional professional indoor football league that began with its inaugural season in 2012. All nine of the LSFL's charter teams are based in the state of Texas, with five teams coming from the Southern Indoor Football League, three from the Indoor Football League, and one new expansion team. The current Commissioner is Darlene Jones.
For 2013, the LSFL is adding two new teams; the expansion San Angelo Bandits and the New Mexico Stars (formerly of the Indoor Football League and the LSFL's first and only team outside of Texas). The league announced in October that the Corpus Christi Hammerheads had been removed from the league due to its ownership violating by-laws.
Map of teams competing in the LSFL
||Taylor County Expo Center (5,000)
||Amarillo Civic Center (4,912)
||Laredo Energy Arena (8,002)
||State Farm Arena (5,500)
|New Mexico Stars
||Rio Rancho, New Mexico
||Santa Ana Star Center (6,000)
|San Angelo Bandits
||San Angelo, Texas
||Foster Communications Coliseum (5,260)
|West Texas Roughnecks
||Ector County Coliseum (5,131)
The LSFL requires a $25,000 franchise fee to join, as well as a $25,000 letter of credit.
Former teams 
- Corpus Christi Hammerheads - played in LSFL for 2012 season, franchise revoked by league for multiple violations of league bylaws.
- Mesquite Bandits - originally set to play in inaugural 2012 season, franchise revoked by league before season started for lack of preparations for inaugural season as well as breach of franchise agreement.
- Rio Grande Valley Magic - played in LSFL for 2012 season, franchise revoked by league for multiple violations of league bylaws.