San Jose Wolves
The Wolves were the first indoor/arena football team based in San Jose since the San Jose SaberCats, who played from 1995 until the Arena Football League suspended operations in 2009. For its first season, the Wolves played in the American Indoor Football Association's Western Conference. When the new AFL announced it was reviving the SaberCats for 2011, the team relocated to Stockton. On top of this, after the AIFA spun off its eastern teams and several of its Western teams failed, the resulting "AIFA West" had too few teams to field a league that year; this prompted two of the remaining three teams, Stockton and the Reno Barons, to defect from the league, ensuring its demise. Reno and Stockton are playing a schedule comprising independent teams and each other, under the name "Western Indoor Football Association."
After what has been a season of finding replacement teams, the Wolves wish to find a more stable league to play in. Bennie King, head coach, said that he is currently looking into two leagues for the future. King did not specify if he was looking into the American Professional Football League, the only league the Wolves played against when they played at the Sioux City Bandits one game this year, their old league which was trying to start up in 2012 with a western division, the American Indoor Football Association, or the Indoor Football League, with 3 teams in Washington and one in Arizona.
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