Toronto Phantoms
Toronto phantoms
The Toronto Phantoms logo


2001 (1997)




Toronto, Ontario


Air Canada Centre

Team Colors:

Black, Light Blue, Red, Gray, White


Rogers Communications

Head Coach(es):

Mark Stoute

Division Titles:

1 (2001)



The Toronto Phantoms is a franchise primarily recognized by the Arena Football League. The team began in the AFL as the New York CityHawks in 1997. The team relocated following the 1998 season to Hartford, Connecticut, where the team would rebrand itself the New England Sea Wolves, which would play for another two seasons. After the 2000 season, the franchise relocated again much farther north to Toronto, Ontario, Canada; the only team in AFL history to be based outside the United States. Then called the Toronto Phantoms, the team would play for two seasons a third time before folding after the 2002 season.

Overall Statistics Edit

Overall Record 14-16
Home Record 7-8
Away Record 7-8
Overtime Record 0-2
Playoff Record 1-1
Total Seasons in AFL 2
Most Points Scored in a Game 72 (5/19/01)
Least Points Scored in a Game 22 (6/2/01)
Best Single-Season Record 8-6 (2001)
Worst Single-Season Record 5-9 (2002)
Longest Winning Streak 6
Longest Losing Streak 4
Longest Home Winning Streak 6
Longest Road Winning Streak 2