|History|| San Jose Wolves (2010)|
Stockton Wolves (2011-present)
|Based in||San Jose, California|
|Colors|| Black, Orange
|League||American Indoor Football Association|
|Head coach||Bennie King|
The Stockton Wolves are a professional indoor/arena football team that plays in the American Indoor Football Association West. The Wolves are based in Stockton, California. As the San Jose Wolves, the team played its home games at the Cow Palace, located in Daly City. The team is owned by Ryan Petersen, CEO of computer hardware manufacturing company OCZ Technology.
The Wolves are the first indoor/arena football team based in San Jose since the San Jose SaberCats, who played from 1995 until the Arena Football League suspended operations in 2009. When the new AFL announced it was reviving the SaberCats for 2011, the AIFA announced the team would be relocating to Stockton.
The 2010 television series Wolves on the Hunt is filmed during the team's training camp, and is centered around the AIFA's unique league requirement of having nine local players on the 30-man final rosters. It chronicles both the open combine system and training camp. The show is hosted by Bay Area sports personality Vern Glenn, and airs through the league's training camp and pre-season period. The show is broadcast locally in the San Francisco Bay Area on KRON-TV.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
|2010||9||5||0||2nd Western||Lost WC Championship (Wyoming)|