| Joi Ponder|
United Wireless Arena
| CPIFL (2014)
Graphite, Chartreuse, Silver
The Dodge City Law are a professional indoor football team based in Dodge City, Kansas. The team joined the Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL) in 2013 as an expansion member for the 2014 season. In 2014, the CPIFL merged with the Lone Star Football League (LSFL) to form Champions Indoor Football (CIF). The Law play their home games at the United Wireless Arena.
Dodge City Law Wikipedia
In September 2013, James Bain, the commissioner of the CPIFL announced that a new expansion team would be coming to Dodge City, Kansas, becoming the tenth team in the league. A name-the-team contest took place in October on the team's website and home office. Over the two weeks, there were over 1,000 submissions. It was decided the team colors would be graphite, chartreuse and silver. Adam McElwain of Hays, Kansas won the contest earning 2 season tickets for the season.
The Law began its inaugural season with a road win over the Omaha Beef. The team lost the next two games but regained its footing to win 6 of the following 7 contests. A home loss to the Wichita Wild and a win over the faltering Kansas Koyotes rounded out the regular season. The Law finished with an 8–4 record, 4th best in the league and good enough to put the team in the playoffs. They lost their semi-final game to eventual league champion Wichita Wild 33–31.
The Law slipped in their first CIF game, losing 63–68 to the Amarillo Venom, but quickly regrouped and won their next six consecutive games before another late April loss to the Venom. These losses proved to be costly as they failed to make the playoffs at 7–5, while the Venom, who got the last spot in the playoffs, were also 7–5.
Note: The Finish, Wins, Losses, and Ties columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play.
* Season currently in progress2014 CPIFL Franchise of the Year
2014 CPIFL Best Game Ops, On-Field Promotion/Dance Team