Last updated : Thursday, 30 November 2023
Mid State League
The Mid State League is an amateur football league based in the Midwest United States. It consists of teams from Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
The Mid State League was founded in 1957. The first season featured six teams: the Aurora Cardinals, the Joliet Bears, the Kankakee Chiefs, the Normal Cornbelters, the Peoria Pirates, and the Springfield Stallions.
The Mid State League has grown steadily over the years. Today, it consists of 12 teams:
- Aurora Cardinals
- Bloomington Bluebirds
- Champaign County Chiefs
- Danville Warriors
- Decatur Commodores
- Elkhart Express
- Indianapolis Jets
- Kankakee Chiefs
- Peoria Pirates
- Rockford Riverhawks
- South Bend Bluehawks
- Springfield Stallions
- Wheaton Warriors
The Mid State League season runs from June to August. Each team plays a 10-game regular season, followed by a playoff tournament.
The Mid State League championship game is known as the "Cadillac Bowl." The game is played at a neutral site in the Midwest.
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