The AWFC moves into the State of Oregon

by AWFC Insider

Boise, Idaho  - The American West Football Conference (AWFC) has started preparing for the 2021 season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. With multiple inquiries from potential ownership groups, vetting and approving potential partners of the league could be a grueling task. Unfortunately we have to turn away many inquires.  The league has also been approached by regional venues wishing to host a new AWFC team, which opens the door for more regional growth.

The AWFC has started the process to launch a team in the State of Oregon with the venue to be released at a later date. More information on this new organization will be released in the upcoming weeks as well.  

The AWFC will be entering into its sophomore season.  The league went through some start-up pains which comes with all start-up businesses, but realizes there is room for improvement.  The first year was the baseline for the AWFC and the league will use this information to grow in many ways.  

The Idaho Horsemen and the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks will return for the second season and will be joined by the Yakima Canines that were set to play for 2020.  The Reno Express is still attempting to figure out its return to the league and then there's a possible new ownership group that is looking to rekindle the Tri-City market.  The league has other organizations currently being vetted for 2021 and 2022.  Stay tuned for more information.