|Team history||Harrisburg Stampede (2007-present)|
|Arena||Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center|
|Based in||Harrisburg, Pennsylvania|
|Owner||Dynasty Sports Group|
|Head coach||Bernie Nowotarski|
|Dancers||Stampede Spirit Dance Team|
The "Stampede" name alludes to the team's home venue, which hosts the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's annual livestock show. The team's colors of blue and gold are the traditional colors of the state.
In the Harrisburg Stampede's inaugural game, they beat an opposing team of AIFA All-Stars, 46-26, in the 2009 AIFA Kickoff Classic.
After an 0-6 start to the 2011 season, Bernie Nowotarski was removed as General Manager and Head Coach of the Stampede. He was replaced by Josh Resignalo.
After the merger of the AIFA's eastern division and the SIFL, they played the 2011 season in the SIFL. The following season, the SIFL disbanded, leading the Stampede to rejoin their former league, which is now going by American Indoor Football.
In 2012 the team joined the AIF, American Indoor Football league, the league is ran by previous AIFA owner/CEO John Morris.
The Harrisburg Stampede's founding ownership group consisted of John Morris, co-founder and former owner of the AIFA. Marques Colston also previously held a share in the team in the first season.
In January 2012 team owner John Morris sold the team to local businessman Justin Coble, who has moved quickly to broaden the fan base and re-energize the city of Harrisburg and the Stampede team; Colston returned to the team's ownership group at the same time. In February 2012 new owner Justin Coble has started and created many new fan friendly events and brought in many new sponsors to go along with attracting some of the top arena talent in the country.
As of August 2012 Marques Colston's Dynasty Group acquired full control from Mr. Coble and will continue to grow the footprint of the Stampede as well as servicing the community and the greater Harrisburg area.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
|Harrisburg Stampede (AIFA)|
|2010||11||3||0||2nd Eastern|| Won Round 1 (Erie)|
Lost EC Championship (Baltimore)
|Harrisburg Stampede (SIFL)|
|2011||2||10||0||3rd EC Northeast||--|
|Harrisburg Stampede (AIF)|
|2012||7||2||0|| Won Round 1 (Concord)|
Lost Championship (Fayetteville)
2009 Season ScheduleEdit
|March 14||Florence Phantoms||Away||Lost 13–19|
|March 28||Baltimore Mariners||Home||Won 37–34|
|April 4||South Carolina Force||Home||Lost 37–40|
|April 11||Columbus Lions||Home||Lost 33–35|
|April 18||Erie RiverRats||Away||Won 34–31|
|April 25||D.C. Armor||Away||Lost 26–44|
|May 2||Baltimore Mariners||Home||Lost 27–37|
|May 9||D.C. Armor||Home||Won 20–18|
|May 17||Reading Express||Away||Lost 6–44|
|May 23||Erie RiverRats||Away||Lost 44–54|
|May 30||Erie RiverRats||Home||Won 53–29|
|June 6||South Carolina Force||Home||Lost 30–36|
|June 13||Baltimore Mariners||Away||Lost 55–58|
|June 27||Reading Express||Home||Lost 19–41|