|*Sioux City Bandits||12||10||2||0||.833|
|Kansas City Renegades||12||8||4||0||.667|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|15.06.2013||Sioux City Bandits||28||Salina Bombers||29|
|15.06.2013||Omaha Beef||25||Wichita Wild||31|
|22.06.2013||Wichita Wild||47||Salina Bombers||34|
|*Sioux City Bandits||12||9||3||0||702||558||.750|
|*Dodge City Law||12||8||4||0||560||445||.667|
|Date||Home Team||Away team|
|14.06.2014||Wichita Wild||33||Dodge City Law||31|
|14.06.2014||Sioux City Bandits||66||Salina Bombers||37|
|21.06.2014||Wichita Wild||46||Sioux City Bandits||41|
The Champions Professional Indoor Football League was created on August 10, 2012, when representatives from six cities met in Council Bluffs, IA, with the intention of forming an Indoor American Football League. The teams were Sioux City Bandits (IA), Lincoln Haymakers (NA), Wichita Wild (KS), Oklahoma Defenders (OA), Kansas City Renegades (MI) and MidMissouri Outlaws (Sedalia, MI). They were joined for their first season by Omaha Beef (NA), Salina Bombers (KS), Bloomington Edge (IS) and Kansas Koyotes (Topeka, KS). The League was based entirely within the Prairie States and Southwestern Mid-West.
Wichita Wild defeated Salina Bombers 37-24 to win the Championship Game in 2013 and in the 2014 title game they defeated Sioux City Bandits 46-41. The League lost MidMissouri Outlaws and Kansas City Renegades after the 2013 season, but gained a new team in Dodge City, nicknamed the Law.
The League merged with teams from the Lone Star Football League in 2015, becoming Champions Indoor Football.
 Champions Professional Indoor Football League | Wayback Machine (2014) 2013 Schedule [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20130901190935/http://cpifl.org/schedule.cfm [Accessed 12 February 2020]
 Champions Professional Indoor Football League | Wayback Machine (2014) 2014 Schedule [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20140815072946/http://www.cpifl.org/schedule.cfm [Accessed 12 February 2020]
 Champions Professional Indoor Football League | Wayback Machine (2014) History [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20140815070509/http://www.cpifl.org/history.cfm [Accessed 12 February 2020]
 Champions Professional Indoor Football League | Wayback Machine (2014) cpifl2 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20140815072946im_/http://www.cpifl.org/images/logos/cpifl2.png [Accessed 4 June 2020]
Thanks to Todd Zboyan & Tim Leadingham.
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