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Arkansas Stars

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Founded  2006
Conference  Pacific (2006)
Team history  Arkansas Stars (2006)
Based in  Fayetteville
Folded  2007
Division  Southern (2006)
Arena  Randal Tyson Track Center
League  National Indoor Football League (2006)

The Arkansas Stars were a professional Indoor football team based out of Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States. They would play their home games at Randal Tyson Track Center on the University of Arkansas campus. The team was a 2006 expansion member of the National Indoor Football League.

Notable players include receiver Darrian Chestnut and defensive tackle Chris Charles (who weighs 467 pounds). Also, their clutch kicker Stephen Arnold. Arnold joined the team after three games and made an immediate impact by nailing the game winning extra point in overtime of his first game to give the Stars their first franchise win.

The team had announced their move into the United Indoor Football in 2007, then were linked to the NAIFL, when the UIF and NAIFL announced their merger. When the NAIFL decided not to begin operations, Stars management announced that they would join the UIF and would play in 2007.

Notable Players

  • Chrys Chukwuma- Running back
  • References

    Arkansas Stars Wikipedia

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