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The D.C. Armor was a professional indoor football team that began play in the American Indoor Football Association in the 2009 season. The team was based in Washington, D.C., with home games at the under-renovation D.C. Armory. The Armor were the first professional football team to play within the District of Columbia since the Washington Redskins left for FedEx Field in 1997. The Armor was also the area's first indoor football team since the Washington Commandos played in the Arena Football League in 1990, and the only arena/indoor football team to play within the district (the Commandos played in the Capital Centre and the Patriot Center). After one, poorly attended season, the Armor folded.


Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2009 4 10 0 4th Northern --

2009 season scheduleEdit

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
March 13 Reading Express Away L 28-51
March 28 Erie RiverRats Away W 34-30
April 4 Reading Express Home L 19-39
April 11 Fayetteville Guard Home L 19-58
April 18 Columbus Lions Away L 6-76
April 25 Harrisburg Stampede Home W 44-26
May 2 Carolina Speed Away L 20-28
May 9 Harrisburg Stampede Away L 18-20
May 23 Reading Express Home L 35-51
May 30 Baltimore Mariners Away L 25-57
June 6 Baltimore Mariners Home L 28-57
June 13 Carolina Speed Home W 50-44
June 20 Erie RiverRats Home W 47-28
June 27 Baltimore Mariners Away L 22-70

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