The Tri-Cities Fever are a professional indoor football team in the Indoor Football League. Their first season was in 2005 as an expansion member of the National Indoor Football League. Though they represent the entire Tri-Cities region, they play their home games exclusively at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington. The teams Head coach is Adam Shackleford. The Fever are owned and operated by JR and Teri Carr. The Fever won the NIFL Championship in their first year of existance. After that they played one more NIFL season before moving to the af2. The team played three season in the af2 before the league's folding. The Fever planned on joining the new AF1 league (later changed its name to AFL) but when the planned two tier system fell apart Fever joined the IFL. And remet up with their NIFL rival the Billings Outlaws. The Tri-Cities Fever name and logo's were owned by the af2 and after the leagues folding were purchased with all Arena Football logos and trademarks by the AF1, the Fever purchased their name and logos back from the AF1.

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