The IFL is America’s longest continuously-running indoor football league and begins its 13th consecutive season of play in 2021.Learn More
The Vegas Knight Hawks will become the 18th team in the history of the IFL.learn more
The Vegas Knight Hawks will play its games at the Dollar Loan Center located on Green Valley Parkway in Henderson, Nevada.learn more
The Indoor Football League began play in 2009 following a merger between the United Indoor Football League and the Intense Football League. The IFL includes a number of historic indoor football organizations and prioritizes respect, integrity, leadership and quality as its core values.
IFL teams are currently playing a 16-game schedule in 2021, with each team having eight home games and eight road games. More information regarding upcoming schedules will be announced at a later date.
The Vegas Knight Hawks team will play home games inside the Dollar Loan Center in Henderson, NV which is currently under construction and is projected to be complete in spring of 2022.
The Vegas Indoor Football team will be owned by Vegas Golden Knights Chairman and CEO Bill Foley.
Fans are now able to place a $20 season ticket deposit by clicking the link in the deposits section of this site. Please note the season ticket deposits are refundable.
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Mike Davis was announced as the first head coach in franchise history on August 23, 2021. Before joining the Knight Hawks, Davis served as the Defensive Line Coach for the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts in 2020. Prior to his time with the Argonauts, Davis spent the 2016-19 seasons as the Manager of Player Personnel for the Saskatchewan RoughRiders. He also served as the Defensive Line Coach for the RoughRiders during the 2019-20 season. Before joining the CFL, Davis had a six-year stint as the head coach of the IFL's Nebraska Danger, which began in 2010. While in Nebraska, he led the Danger to three consecutive conference championships, earning him a spot in the team's Hall of Fame in 2018. Davis grew up in Blacksburg, Virginia and was a linebacker at Virginia Tech during his playing career.