Other concurrent football leagues:    
NFL
F i l t e r   &   S o r t 
1939-1939 1 1
The Columbus Bullies were a professional football team founded by Phil H. Bucklew in Columbus, Ohio in 1938. The Bullies started out as a member of the American Professional Football Association (APFA...
1939-1939 1
The Cincinnati Bengals was a short-lived professional football team that played in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is unrelated to the current Cincinnati Bengals. Originated by Hal Pennington (who was also the t...
1938-1939 2
The Cleveland Indians franchise played two seasons in the APFL before folding....
a.k.a. Bombers
1938-1939 2
The Dayton Rosies played in the APFL in 1938 and as the Bombers in 1939 before folding because of dismal performance....
1938-1939 2 1
The Louisville Tanks were a minor league professional American football team that existed from 1935 to 1940. The team formed in the wake of the dissolution of the Louisville Bourbons of the short-live...
1938-1939 2
The St. Louis Gunners were an independent professional football team based in St. Louis, Missouri, that played the last three games of the 1934 National Football League season, replacing the Cincinnat...
1939-1939 1
The Los Angeles Bulldogs were a professional American football team that competed from 1936 to 1948 (the last year as the Long Beach Bulldogs). Formed with the intention of joining the National Footba...
1939-1939 1
The Kenosha Cardinals (also known as the Coopers) franchise played for one season in 1939 in the APFL before folding....
1938-1938 1
The Cincinnati Blades franchise played for one season in 1938 in the APFL before folding....
1938-1938 1
The Nashville Rebels played one season in 1938, finishing in 4th place in the APFL with a 2-2 record....