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Wichita Stealth

Wichita Stealth
Wichita Stealth
Founded 1999
Folded 2004
League AF2
Conference National
Division Southwest
Based in Wichita, Kansas
Arena Kansas Coliseum
Playoff berths 2002, 2003

The Wichita Stealth is a now-defunct arena football team. They played their home games at the Kansas Coliseum in Wichita, Kansas. They originally began play in the Indoor Football League as a 2000 expansion team known as the Wichita Warlords before the league folded, in which they moved to the af2 and became the Stealth. They only got to the playoffs once during their five-year existence, where they had an early exit (courtesy of the Hawaiian Islanders). After an 8-8 season in 2004, the team officially disbanded and ceased all operations. After Intrust Bank Arena opened, there were rumors that the Stealth might be reincarnated, but the talks died down, and nothing ever surfaced. Now the Wichita Force of Champions Indoor Football, play there.


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Wichita Warlords (IFL)
2000 4 10 0 5th WC Southern --
Wichita Stealth (af2)
2001 7 9 0 5th NC Midwestern --
2002 6 10 0 3rd NC Midwestern Lost Round 1 (Peoria 37, Wichita 36)
2003 8 7 1 3rd NC Western Lost Round 1 (Hawaiian 57, Wichita 30)
2004 8 8 0 3rd NC Southwestern --
Totals 33 47 1 (including playoffs)

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