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|New Jersey Revolution|
|Founded||2006 - Ceased operations September 8, 2010|
|Team history||New York-New Jersey Revolution 2006-2007
New Jersey Revolution 2008-2010
|Based in||Morristown, New Jersey|
|Team colors||navy, red, silver|
|Owner(s)||Champion Sports and Entertainment|
|Head coach||Head Coach Al Forsythe - Defensive Coordinator Moe Cooper - Asst Coach Rob Tester - Player/Coach - AJ DeFalco|
|Dancers||Rev It Up Girls|
The New Jersey Revolution were members of the American Indoor Football Association, and will begin play in 2010 and ceased operations after completing their first season. The team was based in Morristown, New Jersey, played their home games at the George Mennen arena and was sponsored by the U.S. Army. The Revs ticket price is $10 a game.
The "Revolution" name refers to New Jersey's nickname, The Crossroads of the Revolution, as the state was the site of many American Revolution battles. As of 2010, it was the only indoor football team within the proximity of the New York metropolitan area in 2010.
The team began play as the New York/New Jersey Revolution in the Great Lakes Indoor Football League's inaugural season. Although the team was based in New York City, they ended up playing an all road schedule that year. The New York/New Jersey Revolution lost every game they played in 2006 going 0-10 on the season.
2006 Great Lakes Indoor Football League
|Port Huron Pirates-y||10||0||0||1.000|
|Lehigh Valley Outlawz-x||5||5||0||.500|
|Battle Creek Crunch-x||4||6||0||.400|
|New York/New Jersey Revolution||0||10||0||.000|
Starting in 2007, the team played their home games at the Mennen Arena in Morristown, New Jersey. The New York/New Jersey Revolution lost 11 out of 12 games they played in 2007 going 1-11 in their first season as members of the CIFL (Continental Indoor Football League). The team got its first win on May 5, 2007 (with a 48-47 victory over the Summit County Rumble in Tallmadge, Ohio).
2007 Continental Indoor Football League
|Great Lakes Conference|
|Miami Valley Silverbacks||4||8||0||.333||3||7||0||.300|
|Summit County Rumble||1||11||0||.083||0||7||0||.000|
|New England Surge-x||8||4||0||.667||8||3||0||.727|
|Lehigh Valley Outlawz-x||7||5||0||.583||5||5||0||.500|
The team announced they changed their name to the New Jersey Revolution, and that they have introduced a new logo accordingly.
After losing the season's first four games, the Revs finally got their second win (and first at home), defeating the Chesapeake Tide 49-47 at Mennen Arena. In their second season in the CIFL the New Jersey Revolution finished with a 3-9 record.
2008 Continental Indoor Football League
|Great Lakes Conference|
|Fort Wayne Freedom||5||7||0||.417||2||4||0||.333|
|Miami Valley Silverbacks||3||9||0||.250||1||2||0||.333|
|Rock River Raptors-x||7||5||0||.583||3||1||0||.750|
|New England Surge-y||8||3||0||.727||5||1||0||.833|
|Lehigh Valley Outlawz-x||7||5||0||.583||4||2||0||.667|
|New Jersey Revolution||3||9||0||.250||2||5||0||.286|
The team played an East coast schedule for 2009 season but there is a debate as to whether or not the Revolution were considered a CIFL team or an indoor semi-pro franchise for this season. They would end up playing only three games, all at home, and all against semi-pro teams (which the Revolution, despite their poor record in the CIFL, still won decisively—77-18 over the East Penn Sting, a 62-0 shutout of the New York State Broncos, and a 69-24 win over the Lebanon Valley Cardinals). However, on October 1, 2009, the Revolution announced they had moved to the AIFA for the 2010 season.
In their first (and only) AIFA season, the NJ Revolution were an absolute disaster going 0-14 on the season. They lost 6 home games at the George Mennen Arena, all 7 road games and one neutral site game played June 12, 2010 at the Sun National Bank Arena in Trenton, NJ where for some reason they were considered the road team losing to the Harrisburg Stampede 96-44. Harrisburg was stopped on the goal line looking to break the 100 point mark as time mercifully expired. This neutral site game was announced originally as an exhibition contest but for unexplained reasons is listed in the final overall AIFA league stats on the AIFA official website. The purpose of this game was to announce that in 2011 the Trenton Steel would be joining the AIFA. It was announced that the Trenton Steel ownership group which includes Rich Lisk, former General Manager of the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League had purchased the AIFA rights for the entire State of New Jersey. Revolution General Manager Rob Testor vehemently denied at this June 12, 2010 neutral site game that the Revolution would be forced to move out of New Jersey or cease operations.
The New Jersey Revolution issued this press release on September 8, 2010:
The NJ Revolution was founded in October 2005. A franchise that has lasted through all the harsh economic times has decided to change its focus and direction. After enjoying 5 years as a professional arena/indoor football team from 2006 until 2010 and playing in numerous top level venues on the east coast and mid west, the franchise and parent company have decided to take the next few years to concentrate on building a national sports venture with a much broader scope and outreach. It's time for the company to build on a bigger and brighter future. The Revs, as the fans have named them, brought affordable family fun to the community while interacting with many local and state wide charities and youth groups. The company often donated game tickets, their time and also made numerous monetary donations to charitable organizations. In the coming years, we hope to extend our sphere of positive influence to a greater area and audience. In the meanwhile, the company wishes to thank all those who supported them and were a part of the Revolution family
The AIFA ceased operations four months later.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
|NY/NJ Revolution (GLIFL)|
|NY/NJ Revolution (CIFL)|
|New Jersey Revolution (CIFL)|
|2008||3||9||0||3rd Atlantic East||--|
|New Jersey Revolution (CIFL/Independent)|
|New Jersey Revolution (AIFA)|
|March 24||Steubenville Stampede||Away||Lost 3-70|
|April 7||Lehigh Valley Outlawz||Away||Lost 25-45|
|April 14||New England Surge||Away||Lost 6-61|
|April 21||Lehigh Valley Outlawz||Home||Lost 29-46|
|April 28||New England Surge||Home||Lost 21-39|
|May 5||Summit County Rumble||Away||Won 48-47|
|May 12||Chesapeake Tide||Away||Lost 15-31|
|May 19||Rochester Raiders||Away||Lost 0-62|
|May 26||Chesapeake Tide||Home||Lost 43-55|
|June 9||Rochester Raiders||Home||Lost 21-56|
|June 16||Summit County Rumble||Home||Lost 27-38|
|June 23||New England Surge||Home||Lost 20-34|
|March 15||Miami Valley Silverbacks||Away||Lost 13-56|
|March 22||Lehigh Valley Outlawz||Away||Lost 32-54|
|April 4||Saginaw Sting||Away||Lost 24-48|
|April 12||Rochester Raiders||Away||Lost 3-49|
|April 19||Chesapeake Tide||Home||Won 49-47|
|April 26||Rochester Raiders||Home||Lost 16-59|
|May 3||Chesapeake Tide||Away||Lost 46-65|
|May 9||Milwaukee Bonecrushers||Home||Won 56-32|
|May 17||New England Surge||Away||Lost 26-62|
|May 24||New England Surge||Home||Lost 9-45|
|May 30||Lehigh Valley Outlawz||Home||Won 31-30|
|June 7||Chesapeake Tide||Home||Lost 48-55|
Considered a CIFL Franchise but played a three game season Vs East Coast based Semi-Pro Teams
|Date Unknown||East Penn Sting||Home||Won 23-68|
|Date Unknown||New York State Broncos||Home||Won 62-0|
|Date Unknown||Lebanon Valley Cardinals||Home||Won 69-24|
|March 14||Baltimore Mariners||Away||Lost 23-68|
|March 20||Richmond Raiders||Away||Lost 38-51|
|March 27||Fayetteville Guard||Away||Lost 15-75|
|April 11||Baltimore Mariners||Home||Lost 27-61|
|April 17||Fayetteville Guard||Home||Lost 19-37|
|April 24||Harrisburg Stampede||Home||Lost 31-44|
|May 8||Reading Express||Home||Lost 69-71|
|May 14||Erie Storm||Away||Lost 38-40|
|May 22||Richmond Raiders||Home||Lost 40-76|
|May 24||New England Surge||Home||Lost 9-45|
|May 29||Erie Storm||Home||Lost 58-68|
|June 5||Reading Express||Away||Lost 20-56|
|June 12||Harrisburg Stampede||Neutral site - Trenton, NJ -
Harrisburg considered home team
|June 19||Baltimore Mariners||Away||Lost 6-84|
|June 26||Harrisburg Stampede||Away||Lost 29-80|