1991 WLAF season

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1991 NFL Europe season
Preseason n/a
Regular Season March 23-May 27, 1991
Postseason June 1-9, 1991
← n/a • other seasons • 1992

The 1991 WLAF season was the inaugural season of the World League of American Football, the first transatlantic sports league.

The majority of game programs for this season were from the syndicated Game Time Magazine. 1991 was the first volume of Game Time and each numbered edition corresponded to each team's home game. For example, the #5 issue was used for each team's fifth home game.

Publications

Programs
Week/Date Issue Cover Subject Teams Featured
Week 1 Vol. 1, #1 various n/a
Week 2 Vol. 1, #2 various n/a
Week 3 Vol. 1, #3 various n/a
Week 4 Vol. 1, #4 various n/a
Week 5 Vol. 1, #5 various n/a
April 20, 1991 Vol. 1, #3 (London Monarchs vs. Montreal Machine) n/a n/a
May 12, 1991 Vol. 1, #4 (Frankfurt Galaxy vs. Birmingham Fire) Mike Perez, Anthony Parker, Kevin Sweeney, Greg Gilbert, Scott Erney, Jon Carter, Wayne Davis, Paul McGowan, Ben Bennett, Corris Ervin n/a
June 1, 1991 Postseason (Birmingham Fire vs. Barcelona Dragons) n/a Orlando Thunder, San Antonio Riders
June 9, 1991 World Bowl '91 (London Monarchs vs. Barcelona Dragons) n/a n/a
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Sacramento Surge
World League of American Football / NFL Europe / NFL Europa
Teams Amsterdam Admirals (1995-2007) • Barcelona Dragons (1991-92, 1995-2003) • Berlin Thunder (1999-2007) • Birmingham Fire (1991-92) • Cologne Centurions (2004-07) • Frankfurt Galaxy (1991-92, 1995-2007) • Hamburg Sea Devils (2005-07) • London/England Monarchs (1991-92, 1995-98) • Montreal Machine (1991-92) • New York/New Jersey Knights (1991-92) • Ohio Glory (1992) • Orlando Thunder (1991-92) • Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks (1991) • Rhein Fire (1995-2007) • Sacramento Surge (1991-92) • San Antonio Riders (1991-92) • Scottish Claymores (1995-2004)
Seasons 1991 • 1992 • 1993-94 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007
Venues Alamo Stadium • Crystal Palace National Sports Centre • Amsterdam Arena • Florida Citrus Bowl • Giants Stadium • Hughes Stadium • Legion Field • Murrayfield Stadium • Ohio Stadium • Wembley Stadium
Related Game Time Magazine