This is a list of seasons completed by the Spokane Shock. The Shock are a professional arena football franchise of the Arena Football League (AFL), based in Spokane, Washington, and plays their home games at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. The team was established in 2006 as a member of arenafootball2 (AF2). In the franchise's first season, the Shock won the ArenaCup, the AF2's championship game. The Shock were champions again in 2009, the AF2's final season before the league effectively dissolved. On September 28, 2009, the Shock announced they would join AFL, which had recently relaunched after suspending operations and cancelling its 2009 season. In 2010, the Shock were crowned champions of the AFL by winning ArenaBowl XXIII. Through the 2010 season, the Shock have finished with the best record in their division every year since their inception.
|League Champions||Conference Champions||Division Champions||Playoff Berth|
|Season||League||Conference||Division||Regular season||Postseason results|
|2006||AF2||National||West||1st||14||2||Won Conference Semifinal (Bakersfield) 50–47 |
Won Conference Championship (Arkansas) 48–30
Won ArenaCup VII (Green Bay) 57–34
|2007||AF2||American||West||1st||12||4||Lost First Round (Louisville) 35–62|
|2008||AF2||National||West||1st||15||1||Won First Round (Austin) 42–14 |
Won Conference Semifinals (Central Valley) 83–63
Won Conference Championship (Amarillo) 79–49
Lost ArenaCup IX (Tennessee Valley) 55–56
|2009||AF2||National||West||1st||15||1||Won First Round (Stockton) 62–21 |
Won Conference Semifinals (Boise) 59–35
Won Conference Championship (Tulsa) 51–44
Won ArenaCup X (Wilkes-Barre/Scranton) 74–27
|2010||AFL||National||West||1st||13||3||Won Conference Semifinals (Arizona) 57–49 |
Won Conference Championship (Milwaukee) 60–57
Won ArenaBowl XXIII (Tampa Bay) 69–57
|Total||69||11||(includes only regular season)|
|13||2||(includes only the postseason)|
|82||13||(includes both regular season and postseason)|
- "Spokane Shock — Team History". Arena Fan. http://www.arenafan.com/teams/Spokane_Shock-149/. Retrieved August 10, 2010.
- ↑ "Shock join AF1". Spokane Shock. September 28, 2009. http://www.spokaneshock.com/news/index.html?article_id=679. Retrieved August 10, 2010.