Florida Bobcats
Florida bobcats
The Florida Bobcats logo


1996 (1992)




Sunrise, Florida


National Car Rental Center

Team Colors:

Black, Teal, Silver


Michael Gelfand

Head Coach(es):

Jim Jensen, Babe Parilli, Rick Buffington, Bruce Hardy, Dave Ewart

Division Titles:




The Florida Bobcats is a franchise primarily recognized by the Arena Football League. The team started out as the Sacramento Attack in 1992, which only lasted a year before relocating to Miami, Florida. There, the team would become the Miami Hooters, associated with the Hooters restaurant chain of the same name. The Hooters would play for three seasons before moving once again to Sunrise, Florida to enact its final persona as the Florida Bobcats. The franchise's playing days would last until 2001, folding following the regular season. The franchise is notable for hiring nine different head coaches in its ten years of existence.

Overall Statistics Edit

Overall Record 25-59
Home Record 11-23
Away Record 12-33
Overtime Record 0-3
Playoff Record 0-0
Total Seasons in AFL 6
Most Points Scored in a Game 83 (6/8/98)
Least Points Scored in a Game 10 (7/18/99)
Best Single-Season Record 6-8 (1996, 2001)
Worst Single-Season Record 3-11 (1998-00)
Longest Winning Streak 2
Longest Losing Streak 10
Longest Home Winning Streak 2
Longest Road Winning Streak 2