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The Austin Turfcats were a professional indoor football team based in Austin, Texas. The Turfcats were a member of the Indoor Football League (IFL) during the 2010 season, after being a charter member of the Southern Indoor Football League (SIFL) during their inaugural 2009 season. The Turfcats played their home games at Luedecke Arena at the Travis County Exposition Center. This was Austin's fourth attempt at an indoor football team; the prior three were the Indoor Professional Football League's Texas Terminators (1999), the National Indoor Football League's Austin Knights/Rockers (2002–2003), and the Arena Football League (later af2's) Austin Wranglers (2004–2008) (the former two of which played in Luedecke Arena before the Turfcats).
Austin Turfcats Wikipedia
On November 24, 2008, it was announced that the city of Austin, Texas had been awarded an expansion franchise for the 2009 startup league, the Southern Indoor Football League (SIFL). On November 25, 2008, it was announced that the team's nickname would be the Turfcats and that they would play their home games at Luedecke Arena at the Travis County Expo Center. Chris Duliban was the team's head coach. He earned his first indoor coaching opportunity as the defensive coordinator of the Indoor Professional Football League's Texas Terminators. Duliban was the head coach for the CenTex Barracudas of the Intense Football League in 2008. The Turfcats lost their first ever game in franchise history 29-37, to the Acadiana Mudbugs. The following week the Turfcats would win their first game in franchise history, 34-32 over the Houma Conquerors.
In October 2009, the Turfcats were accepted into the Indoor Football League (IFL) for the 2010 season.
Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 2010 Indoor Football League season.Joe Martinez - general manager - IFL
Ronald Oswalt - GM - Austin Turfcats - SIFL/IFL
Jack Dixon - Director of Operations - SIFL/IFL
Note: The Finish, Wins, Losses, and Ties columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play.