Green Bay Blizzard
Indoor Football Team
The Green Bay Blizzard were founded as a professional indoor football franchise in 2003.
The Blizzard played for seven seasons in the af2, a minor league of the Arena Football League. After the af2 folded, the Blizzard joined the Indoor Football League (IFL) in 2010 where they continue to play as a member of the United Conference.
Now in their 13th season, the Blizzard have played in the post-season 8 times in their history. In that time, the Blizzard have had numerous players receive opportunities to play in the NFL and CFL.
Blizzard home games are played from March through June at Aurora BayCare Freeze Field at the Resch Center. Fans have a great time attending Blizzard games to watch exciting, family-friendly, affordable entertainment. One of the Blizzard’s biggest game day draws is the annual Youth Jersey Night, where kids receive a free Blizzard replica jersey.
The Blizzard play in the United Conference of the Indoor Football League under the direction of Head Coach and Director of Football Operations, Tommie Williams. The team is currently owned by Larry and Kathy Treankler.... Continue Reading