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Northern Elite Football League
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NEFL League logo
Sport Football
Founded 2008
No. of teams 10
Country(ies)  United States
Most recent champion(s) Chippewa Valley Predators (2009)
Most championships Superior Stampede/Chippewa Valley Predators (1)
Official website NEFL Website

The Northern Elite Football League (NEFL) is a Midwest summer Semi-Pro football league. The league comprises ten non-profit teams from Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. Games are played between the months of April and July and under NFL rules.

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Teams for the 2010 season

East Division
Team Plays at Location
Fox Valley Force Banta Bowl (Lawrence University) Appleton, Wisconsin
Green Bay Gladiators Bay View Middle School Green Bay, Wisconsin
Kimberly Storm Papermaker Stadium Kimberly, Wisconsin
Upper Peninsula Arctic Blast Ronberg Field Norway, Michigan
Central Division
Team Plays at Location
Central Wisconsin Spartans Stiehm Stadium Schofield, Wisconsin
Chippewa Valley Predators Carson Park Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Eau Claire Crush Carson Park Eau Claire, Wisconsin
South Metro Dragons Minnetonka High School Minnetonka, Minnesota
West Division
Team Plays at Location
St. Paul Pioneers Concordia University St. Paul, Minnesota
Rochester Giants Rochester Regional Stadium Rochester, Minnesota
Minnesota Phoenix Burnsville High School Burnsville, Minnesota
Superior Stampede University of Wisconsin–Superior Superior, Wisconsin

League Champions[1]

  • 2009: Chippewa Valley Predators
  • 2008: Superior Stampede

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