Macon Steel

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Macon Steel
Founded 2012
League American Indoor Football
Team history Macon Steel (2012)
Based in Macon, Georgia
Arena Macon Coliseum
Colors Blue, Red, Silver, White
Owner(s) American Indoor Football
President Max Jean-Gilles
Head coach Ervin Bryson

The Macon Steel was a professional indoor football team based in Macon, Georgia. The team played the 2012 season as a member of American Indoor Football. The Steel played its home games at the Macon Coliseum.

The Macon Steel folded on May the 6th of 2012 due to financial difficulties. At that time, head coach Ervin Bryson announced he was going to form a new American Indoor Football team for Macon Georgia called the Macon Iron who were to start play in 2013, but this team never came to fruition.

The Steel was the second arena/indoor football team to be based in Macon, following the af2's Macon Knights which played from 2001 until 2006.[1][2]


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2012 1 5 0 tied 5th none

Regular Season[edit]

Game Opponent Results
Final score Team record
1 Carolina Force L 38-45 0-1
2 at Cape Fear Heroes L 29-53 0-2
3 Cape Fear Heroes L 40-88 0-3
4 at Maryland Reapers W 41-35 1-3
5 at Cape Fear Heroes L 26-90 1-4
6 Carolina Force* L 0-6 1-5

* note this game was played by a replacement team called the Chattanooga Generals.


  1. ^ Gaines, Jim (February 15, 2012). "Macon Steel indoor football team forging ahead". The Telegraph. Retrieved February 15, 2012. 
  2. ^ Warnke, Kyle (February 14, 2012). "Macon Welcomes Indoor Football Team". WMGT-TV. Retrieved February 15, 2012. 

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