Pro indoor football coming to CNB Center

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By: Enid News & Eagle

City of Enid officials will meet with Champions Indoor Football league and Central National Bank executives Tuesday morning to discuss plans for a 2019 indoor football season in Enid.

Kevin Boryczki, Spectra general manager of the CNB Center, Enid Mayor Bill Shewey, Enid City Manager Jerald Gilbert, CIF Commissioner Ricky Bertz, Enid Champions Indoor Football League Team owner Craig Tirey and Richard Davis, GM/coach of the Enid team, will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the CNB Center.

The professional Champions Indoor Football league was created in 2014.

Enid has hosted indoor football before. The Chisholm Trail Expo Center Coliseum was the site of the Oklahoma Crude, which played in Enid from 2002-2004, but won only four games as a member of the now-defunct National Indoor Football League.

This post originally appeared on Enid News & Eagle. Copyright 2018.

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