|Based in||Honolulu, Hawaii|
|Arena||Neal S. Blaisdell Arena|
The Hawaiian Islanders were a minor league team of the Arena Football League's developmental league, the AF2. Based in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Hawaiian Islanders home field was at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena. It competed in the AF2 National Conference West. They were owned by Charles Wang, who also owned the New York Islanders and New York Dragons, the latter of which it was an affiliate of, along with the short-lived New Haven Ninjas. It lasted from 2002 to 2004.
The team was coached by Guy Benjamin and Chad Carlson in 2002. In 2003, they were coached by Cal Lee, who had been coaching high school football at Hawaii's St. Louis School for the past 20 seasons. Fullback Josh White played with the Islanders before playing in the AFL.
The team disbanded after the 2004 af2 season.
|2002||5||11||0||3rd NC Western||--|
|2003||10||6||0||1st NC Western||Won Round 1 Hawaii 57, Wichita 30
Lost Round 2 Tulsa 58, Hawaii 38
|2004||8||8||0||2nd NC Western||--|
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