The Tampa Bay Storm are a professional arena football franchise based in Tampa, Florida, U.S. They are currently members of the South Division of the American Conference in the Arena Football League. The team, along with the Chicago Bruisers, Denver Dynamite and Washington Commandos joined the AFL as one of the charter franchises, and the only one still operating. The franchise was originally located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and known as the Pittsburgh Gladiators. They relocated to Tampa Bay in 1991 and adopted their current name. They played in St. Petersburg from 1991–1996, then in Tampa until 2008, after which point the AFL suspended operations and did not return until the 2010 season following the league's restructuring. Together with the Orlando Predators they have been in their city for longer than any other AFL team. During their tenure they have won five ArenaBowl championships. With 214 wins at the end of the 2013 season, the Storm have won more games than any other team in AFL history. The club is currently owned by Jeffrey Vinik. They play their home games at Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa.