|Based in||Filton, Bristol|
|Home stadium||Stoke Gifford Stadium, SGS WISE|
|Head coach||Chris Powles|
|League||British American Football League|
|League titles||1997, 2003, 2005|
The Bristol Aztecs are a British American football team based in Bristol, England, at the Stoke Gifford Stadium of South Gloucestershire and Stroud College, Bristol, which is also the base for a number of other sports teams such as Bristol City W.F.C..
The Aztecs field a senior team in the Premier Division of the BAFA Community Leagues, as well as youth teams and a second adult contact team the Bristol Apache. The team was formed in 1990 and has played in all BAFL divisions and been in four Britbowl Finals. They remained in the Premier division following the 2007 BAFL re-alignment, and have competed at the top national level since.
As of the 2017 season, the Bristol Aztecs play in Black Helmets (with the Aztecs 'Feathered A' Decal), orange jerseys with black numbers, black pants, and orange and white socks. In previous seasons, the Aztecs have worn grey jerseys with orange numbers.
The Aztecs had their strongest start in many seasons, winning their first seven games straight and beating the Sussex Thunder, the Coventry Jets and the Farnham Knights both home and away. Two defeats against the London Blitz and a home-win reverse against the London Cobras secured second place in the BAFA standings; Ultimately the Aztecs could not capitalise on their season record, losing again to the Jets in the playoffs.
The youth team fared better however, blanking the Kent Exiles 30–0 in the quarter final, then coming from 28–6 down to overcome the London Blitz in the semi-final to make the national finals at Worcester's Sixways stadium. Meeting the undefeated Lancashire Wolverines in the bowl game, the Aztecs rolled to an impressive 36–14 victory to become youth national champions for the first time.
|2014||BAFA Premier Division – Southern Conference||6–2–0, 3rd Place||Defeated Quarter-Finalists|
|2013||BAFA Premier Division – Southern Conference||7–3–0, 4th place||Defeated Quarter-Finalists|
|2012||BAFA Premier Division – Southern Conference||4–6–0, 4th place|
|2011||BAFA Premier Division||4–6–0*, 4th place||Defeated Semi-finalists|
|2010||BAFA Premier Division||7–3–0*, 2nd Place||Defeated Semi-finalists|
|2009||BAFL Premier Division||5–3–0*, 3rd Place||Defeated Semi-finalists|
|2008||BAFL Premier Division||4–4–0*, 3rd Place||Defeated Semi-finalists|
|2007||BAFL Premier Division||5–4–1*, 3rd Place||Defeated Semi-finalists|
|2006||BAFL Division 1a – South||4–6–0*||Division 1a South Champions, Britbowl Runners-up|
|2005||BAFL Division 1a – South||4–6–0*||Division 1a Champions|
|2004||BSL Division 1a – South||4–6–0*||Britbowl Runners-up|
|2003||BSL Division 2 – South West Conference||8–2–0*||South West Conference Champions, Southern Champions, Division II Champions|
|2002||BSL Division 1 – Southern Conference||0–10–0|
|2001||BSL Division 1 – Southern Conference||4–4–0|
|2000||BSL Division 1 – Southern Conference||2–6–0|
|1999||BSL Division 1 – Central Conference||8–1–1*||Central Conference Champions, Britbowl Runners-up|
|1998||BSL Division 1 – South West Conference||7–3*||Semi-finalists|
|1997||BSL Division 2 – South West Conference||9–1–0*||South West Conference Champions, Division II Champions|
|1996||BSL Division 2 – Southern Conference||2–8–0|
|1995||BAFA Division 2 – South West Conference||5–4–0*||Quarter-finalists|
|1994||BAFA Division 2 – South West Conference||2–7–1|
|1993||BNGL Premier Division – South West Conference||9–1–0*||Quarter-finalists|
|1992||BNGL Premier Division – South West Conference||6–4–0|
|1991||BNGL First Division – South West Conference||8–2–0* (Wildcard Round)|
|* qualified for playoffs|
- Bristol Aztecs Official Site
- Bristol University Barracuda Official Site
- Bristol Apache Official Site
- BAFA Official Site
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