Welcome to the World Football League Website

WFL Newspaper Archives


HERE'S A NEW ONE-WORLD FOOTBALL - Los Angeles Times, October 2, 1973

New Pro Football League Plans to Start in 1974 with 12 Teams - The New York Times, October 4, 1973


Two WFL Teams Switched - Washington Star-News - February 19, 1974

WFL May lose Houston - Chicago Tribune, April 10, 1974

WFL TEAMS MISS SCHEDULED GAMES - Los Angeles Times, October 8, 1974

Makes Offer for Sharks for 1975 - Chicago Tribune, October 12, 1974

Sale Of Florida Blazers In WFL Consummated - New York Times - November 21, 1974

FOR THE WFL, IT WAS A LIEN SEASON RIGHT TO THE END - Los Angeles Times, December 7, 1974

Campaign Under Way to Sell Storm Tickets - Los Angeles Times, December 13, 1974


DON'T COUNT THE WFL OUT, SAYS SUN'S HATFIELD - Los Angeles Times, January 1, 1975

Flickering Fire Folds; Memphis To Move Here? - Chicago Tribune, January 21, 1975

WFL Schedules Conference Here - Chicago Tribune January 31, 1975

WFL Needs TV But Does TV...? - The Los Angeles Times, March 4, 1975

WFL Is Replaced By 'NEW' WFL - New York Times, April 17, 1975

(This page is a work in progress... more archives are coming soon.)

NOTE: The WFL Newspaper Archives cartoon drawing was created exclusively for the World Football League Web site by Gene Sanny. The news articles on this page were researched through various newspapers that covered the World Football League by Chuck Gardner, Bruce Clarke and Richie Franklin.