Hawaiian Islanders
Founded 2002
Folded 2004
Home arena Neal S. Blaisdell Center
City, State Honolulu, Hawaii
Conference National
Division Northeast
ArenaCup championships None
Division titles 2003
Playoff berths 2003

The Hawaiian Islanders were a minor league team of the Arena Football League, the af2. Based in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Hawaiian Islanders home field was at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Arena. It competed in the AF2 National Conference West. They were owned by Charles Wang, who also owned the New York Islanders and New York Dragons, the latter of which it was an affiliate of, along with the short-lived New Haven Ninjas. It lasted from 2002 to 2004.

The team disbanded after the 2004 af2 season. During their short existence, they were coached by Cal Lee, Hawaii's winningest high school football coach. Several later AFLers, such as Fullback Josh White and Wide Receiver Nian Taylor played with Hawaii.

Note: The team should not be confused with The Hawaiians of the World Football League of the 1970s.

Season-By-Season Edit

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

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2002 5 11 0 3rd NC Western --
2003 10 6 0 1st NC Western Won Round 1
Lost Round 2
Hawaii 57, Wichita 30
Tulsa 58, Hawaii 38
2004 8 8 0 2nd NC Western --
Totals 24 26 0 (including playoffs)

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