Fort Wayne Freedom

The Fort Wayne Freedom was a professional indoor football team based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The team was most currently a member of the Continental Indoor Football League, but originally began play in 2003 as an expansion team in United Indoor Football. The Freedom were the original indoor football team to be based in Fort Wayne. After four years of being the only indoor team in Fort Wayne, the franchise fold and the Fort Wayne Fusion were erected and joined af2 in 2007. After a failed year in af2, the Freedom came back in 2008 with new ownership and the held up until the end of the 2009 season. In 2010, another indoor team, the Fort Wayne FireHawks, replaced the Freedom in the CIFL. The Owner of the Freedom was Bill Fahlsing. The Freedom played their home games at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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