The Texas Revolution is an American professional indoor football team which is set to be a founding member of Champions indoor football. The Revolution plays its home games at the Ford Center at The Star (Dallas Cowboys practice facility). The 2015 season will be the team's seventeenth season as a football franchise, sixth in Texas, fourth as the "Revolution", and second in Champions Indoor Football.
Founded in 2000 as the Arkansas Twisters, the Little Rock-based team played 10 seasons in af2 before that league folded. The team jumped to the Indoor Football League as the Arkansas Diamonds for the 2010 season. Remaining in the IFL, the team moved to Texas to become the Allen Wranglers for the 2011 and 2012 seasons.
The franchise grabbed headlines in 2012 when former NFL standout Terrell Owens played 8 games for the Wranglers before being cut in late May 2012. The team became the Texas Revolution after a shift in ownership before the 2013 season. After 5 seasons in the IFL, the team shifts to the South division of the Champions Indoor Football for that league's inaugural season in 2015.
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