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While LA figures out what it wants to do with football, the Inland Empire is wasting no time with the Ontario Warriors professional indoor football starting in March 2012.

American Indoor Football (AIF) is set up as a National League, but will be based on regional games within each division. The two divisions will be a west coast and east coast division, with the Ontario Warriors joining three other teams in the division.
According to the Ontario Warriors, "The mission of American Indoor Football is to provide fast paced, fan-friendly professional football at affordable prices. The Ontario Warriors will play twelve regular games, six games at home, in their regular season."
The team insists that fans can expect to recognize names from USC, SDSU, Pac-12, and other top colleges. The team holds annual open tryouts to provide an opportunity for local talent to join the team.

The new American Indoor Football team is going to call Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario California thier home and the Ontario Warriors played their first home game in March 4th, 2012.

The AIF is set up as a National League but will be based on regional play within each division. Teams will make up a west coast and east coast division. The mission of American Indoor Football is to provide fast paced, fan-friendly professional football at affordable prices. The Ontario Warriors will play twelve regular games, six games at home, in their regular season.
The team will be made up of top players from Division One Colleges. Fans can expect to recognize names from USC, SDSU, Pac-12, and other top colleges. The top 3 - 5 % of college division 1 and 2 players will be here for try outs starting in January 2012.

I was lucky enough to attend to the Ontario Warriors inaugural game yesterday against the Stockton Eagles. It was great to get the kids to a football and it was even better seeing the home team dominate. The entertainment was great and we had great seat right on the 25 yard line. For those that don't know Indoor / Arena football is played on 50 yard fields so we were right at the mid field marker.

Warrior Vixens
The team is full of former Southern California High School Stars and one by the name of R. Jay Soward was a prime time player at USC. They had a truck giveaway at half time giving the lucky fan an opportunity to kick a field goal for a brand new Toyota truck.

They dropped t-shirts from the rafters and the vixens gave some away as well. It was a great experience and I suggest football fans and fathers get their tickets. Support your Inland Empire professional sports team.

Fan the team on Facebook and visit the teams new website http://www.ontwarriors.com/ for future updates and promotions.

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