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Northeastern Football Alliance
Formerly New York Amateur Football League
Sport American football
Founded 1997
No. of teams 12
Country(ies)  United States
Most recent champion(s) Albany Metro Mallers
Official website www.nfafootball.com

The Northeastern Football Alliance is an amateur-semiprofessional American football league based mostly in upstate New York. It is formerly known as the New York Amateur Football League, which split off from the Mid Continental Football League in the mid-1990s after the MCFL contracted into the midwest.

The NFA shares territory with the Empire Football League; most of the NFA's teams are in western and central New York whereas the EFL mostly covers the eastern half of the state.

As of the end of 2008, Minor League Football News has two NFA teams, the Albany Metro Mallers and Monroe County Sting, as the two best teams in all of semiprofessional football.[1]

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Teams

The league is divided into three divisions.

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Niagara Division

Oneida Division

  • Monroe County Sting
  • Syracuse Shock - Originally the Syracuse Express and later the Central New York Express
  • Cortland Bulldogs

Mohawk Division

  • Albany Metro Mallers - Leaving league after 2009 season.
  • Rome Rampage - Formerly known as the Utica Yard Dogs and the Mohawk Valley Vikings, pulled out of league midseason
  • Troy's Fighting Irish
  • Watertown Revolution

NFA/NYAFL past Champions

  • 2009 Monroe County Sting
  • 2008 Albany Metro Mallers
  • 2007 Monroe County Sting
  • 2006 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 2005 Monroe County Sting
  • 2004 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 2003 Central NY Express (currently Syracuse Shock)
  • 2002 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 2001 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 2000 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 1999 Buffalo Gladiators
  • 1998 Batavia Titans (defunct)
  • 1997 Buffalo Gladiators

References

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