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Charleston Swamp Foxes

Charleston Swamp Foxes
Charleston Swamp Foxes
Founded 2000
Folded 2003
League AF2
Conference American
Based in North Charleston, South Carolina
Arena North Charleston Coliseum

The Charleston Swamp Foxes were one of the 15 original teams to join the inaugural 2000 AF2 season. They started off in the American Conference, before switching divisions in every year of their existence (2001-Northeast, 2002-Southern & 2003-Atlantic). Charleston played their home games in the North Charleston Coliseum. Every year, the Swamp Foxes improved their Win-Loss Record going 4-12 in 2000, then 7-9 in 2001 and 2002, & 9-7 in 2003. After the 2003 season, the Swamp Foxes folded, and Arena Football in Charleston, South Carolina was never heard again until the 2006 formation of the Charleston/Carolina Sandsharks. The Charleston franchise was named after Francis Marion, also known as "The Swamp Fox".

Season-by-Season

ArenaCup Champions ArenaCup Appearances Division Champions Playoff Berth
Season League Conference Division Regular season Postseason Results
Finish Wins Losses
Charleston Swamp Foxes
2000 AF2 American 6th 4 12
2001 AF2 American Eastern 5th 7 9
2002 AF2 American Southern 4th 7 9
2003 AF2 American Atlantic 3rd 9 7
Total 27 37

Notable players

External links

  • Charleston Swamp Foxes on ArenaFan.com
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