|Team history||Miami Fury (2000-present)|
|Based in||Miami, Florida|
|Stadium||North Miami Athletic Stadium|
|Colors||Aqua, orange, white, black|
|Head coach||Thomas Fanakos|
|Division titles||3 (2001 WPFL, 2003 IWFL, 2011 WFA)|
The Fury was formed as a charter member of the Women's Professional Football League when it started full-league play in 2000 (previously, it had just been a barnstorming venture between the Lake Michigan Minx and the Minnesota Vixen). The Fury were placed in the National Conference South Division alongside their in-state rivals the Daytona Beach Barracudas and the Tampa Tempest. In their inaugural season, the Fury finished with a 3-4 record, in-between the undefeated Barracudas (6-0) and the winless Tempest (0-6).
2001 was a much better year for the Fury, as the team started with a 3-1 record. However, due to the September 11 attacks, the remainder of the regular season was cancelled, and despite four forfeit wins in the Fury's favor, they did not get a chance to compete for the Championship. The official record books show 7-1 as the Fury's final record
The Fury took the year off to reorganize and get ready for their move to the Independent Women's Football League.
In their first season in the IWFL, the Fury finished with a 5-1 record which was good for the Eastern Conference South Atlantic Division title, finishing ahead of their rivals the Tampa Bay Terminators and Orlando Starz. However, for undetermined reasons, the Fury forfeited their first-round playoff game to the Bay State Warriors.
2004 & 2005: The X-Team Years
In 2004 and 2005, the Fury played as an IWFL exhibition team ("X-Team"). Not much is known about their time in the X-Team circuit.
2006 marked the Fury's return to full-time seasonal play. They picked up right where they left off, finishing with a 7-1 record good for second place in the South Atlantic Division. Unfortunately, their playoff run would end soon after it began after a 14-8 loss to their old WPFL rivals the New York Sharks in the first round.
The Fury finished third place in the South Atlantic Division with a 3-5 record.
Once again, the Fury finished third place in the South Atlantic Division with a 3-5 record.
Yet again, the Fury finished third place in the South Atlantic Division, only this time with a 6-2 record.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Fury finished third place in the Southeast Division, with a 5-3 record this time around.
For the 2011 season, the Fury joined the Women's Football Alliance, joining the Jacksonville Dixie Blues, Gulf Coast Riptide, Orlando Anarchy, and Tampa Bay Pirates as teams representing the Sunshine State. Also, longtime IWFL rival the Palm Beach Punishers made the move to the WFA.
That season proved to be a return to their dominant ways, winning the Coastal Division title with a 7-1 record (their first title since 2003) and reaching the playoffs for the first time since 2006. However, their playoff run was as short-lived as before, losing to the Jacksonville Dixie Blues in the first round by a score of 20-18.
|Miami Fury (WPFL)|
|2000||3||4||0||2nd NC South||--|
|2001||7||1||0||1st NC South||Playoffs Cancelled due to September 11 attacks|
|2002||Did Not Play|
|Miami Fury (IWFL)|
|2003||5||1||0||1st EC South Atlantic||Forfeited Divisional Playoffs (Bay State)|
|2004||X-Team: Results Unknown/Not Counted|
|2006||7||1||0||2nd EC South Atlantic||Lost EC First Round (New York)|
|2007||3||5||0||3rd EC South Atlantic||--|
|2008||3||5||0||3rd EC South Atlantic||--|
|2009||6||2||0||3rd EC South Atlantic||--|
|2010||5||3||0||3rd EC Southeast||--|
|Miami Fury (WFA)|
|2011||7||1||0||1st NC Coastal||Lost National Conference Quarterfinal (Jacksonville)|
|2012||0||8||0||5th National Division 9|
|Totals||46||34||0||(including playoffs, not including X-Team seasons)|
Miami Fury roster
|April 11||Orlando Mayhem||Away||Won 21-0|
|April 25||Palm Beach Punishers||Home||Won 44-0|
|May 2||Houston Energy||Away||Won 21-0|
|May 16||Orlando Mayhem||Home||Won 27-6|
|May 23||Atlanta Xplosion||Home||Lost 12-16|
|May 30||Dallas Diamonds||Away||Lost 8-41|
|June 6||Orlando Mayhem||Home||Won 18-0|
|June 13||Palm Beach Punishers||Away||Won 53-0|
|April 3||Palm Beach Punishers||Away||Won 40-9|
|April 17||H-Town Texas Cyclones||Home||Won 2-0**|
|April 24||Atlanta Xplosion||Away||Lost 0-39|
|May 2||Palm Beach Punishers||Home||Won 41-0|
|May 8||Houston Energy||Away||Lost 0-1***|
|May 16||Palm Beach Punishers||Home||Won 55-0|
|May 30||Atlanta Xplosion||Home||Lost 0-1***|
|June 5||Palm Beach Punishers||Away||Won 14-6|
** = Won by forfeit *** = Forfeited
|2011 Coastal Division|
|Palm Beach Punishers||5||3||0||0.625||164||96||2-2||2.0||L1|
|Tampa Bay Pirates||2||6||0||0.250||95||160||0-4||5.0||L6|
|April 2||Carolina Raging Wolves||Home||Won 62-0|
|April 9||Gulf Coast Riptide||Home||Won 52-14|
|April 16||Atlanta Heartbreakers||Away||Won 72-0|
|April 30||Tampa Bay Pirates||Away||Won 32-0|
|May 14||Palm Beach Punishers||Home||Won 12-9|
|May 21||Tampa Bay Pirates||Home||Won 34-21|
|June 11||Jacksonville Dixie Blues||Away||Lost 24-45|
|June 18||Palm Beach Punishers||Away||Won 14-0|
|June 25||Jacksonville Dixie Blues (National Conference Quarterfinal)||Away||Lost 18-20|
|April 14||Jacksonville Dixie Blues||Home||Lost 20-0|
|April 21||Atlanta Phoenix||Home||Lost 48-32|
|April 28||Orlando Anarchy||Away||Lost 34-8|
|May 5||Palm Beach Punishers||Home||Lost 1-0**|
|May 12||Tallahassee Jewels||Away||Lost 16-8|
|May 19||Palm Beach Punishers||Away||Lost 44-28|
|June 2||Tampa Bay Inferno||Home||Lost 1-0**|
|June 16||Jacksonville Dixie Blues||Away||Lost 1-0**|