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ABOUT  US:


The Nashville Storm is a developmental outdoor football team entering it's 13th season of play. Based in The Music City of Nashville, Tennessee, the Storm plays in                                            Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL) who operates in Memphis, Tennessee. The GDFL prides themselves in developmental all aspects of football operations. Participating with the Nashville Storm, therefore, has usefulness for players seeking both professional and collegiate opportunities
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Over its’ first nine years, the Nashville Storm was consistently a championship-contending football program in the sprawling, coast-to-coast NAFL before joining the South’s toughest football league, the Premier South Football League in January of 2011. The Nashville Storm has compiled an aggregate 124-20 record in its’ first 10 years of play; the Storm has won the NAFL Southern Conference Championship in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, and 2010 , earning berths in each of those years in the “Final Four” of the NAFL’s National Playoffs. In 2006, the Nashville Storm, after winning the NAFL Southern Conference Championship, became the first visiting team to ever win an NAFL1 Semifinal or “Final Four” playoff game by traveling 825 miles to Voorhees, NJ and upsetting the number one seeded and undefeated South Jersey Lynx 27-24. This victory put the Storm in the NAFL National Championship Game at Disneyworld for the first time, where the Storm lost an epic struggle with the Dallas Diesel 24-19, a game that was in doubt up until the final play.

Over its’ first nine years, the Nashville Storm was consistently a championship-contending football program in the sprawling, coast-to-coast NAFL before joining the South’s toughest football league, the Premier South Football League in January of 2011. The Nashville Storm has compiled an aggregate 124-20 record in its’ first 10 years of play; the Storm has won the NAFL Southern Conference Championship in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, and 2010 , earning berths in each of those years in the “Final Four” of the NAFL’s National Playoffs. In 2006, the Nashville Storm, after winning the NAFL Southern Conference Championship, became the first visiting team to ever win an NAFL1 Semifinal or “Final Four” playoff game by traveling 825 miles to Voorhees, NJ and upsetting the number one seeded and undefeated South Jersey Lynx 27-24. This victory put the Storm in the NAFL National Championship Game at Disneyworld for the first time, where the Storm lost an epic struggle with the Dallas Diesel 24-19, a game that was in doubt up until the final play.


In 2009, the Nashville Storm again went on the road in the NAFL “Final Four”, this time to take on the consensus #1 ranked team in America, the Central Penn Piranha, in Mechanicsburg, PA. On Halloween night of 2009, the Nashville Storm pulled off the “Miracle In Mechanicsburg”, coming back from a 31-9 deficit with 10 minutes to play to take the game to OT at 31-31, and then winning the game 37-31 in OT. This victory put the Nashville Storm in the NAFL National Championship Game in Miami, FL, the Storm’s 2nd appearance in an NAFL National Championship Game. Once again however, the Storm lost a cliffhanger to the St Paul Pioneers, with the final score being 23-21 on a Pioneer FG at the final horn.

IN 2010, the Storm finished 15-0 in their final season in the NAFL. They made to their third NAFL Championship game. This time they brought the trophy back to the Music City defeating the Bellingham (WA.) Bulldogs 41-20 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

IN 2011, the Storm moved to the PSFL and won the championship defeating the Prichard Falcons in Mobile, Alabama 35-16. Then on October 8, they won the SEMIPROBCS National Championship by defeating the GMFL Champion Warren County Cyclones 18-13 in Warrenton, Missouri.

In 2012,

IN 2013

IN 2014, The Storm joined the GDFL going undefeated during the regular season before falling at home in a semi-final game versus the Oklahoma Bounty Hunters. 
  

 

In closing, these are the objectives of The Nashville Storm Developmental Men’s Football Organization:

1 - To provide the Nashville area’s best over-18 football players not currently playing in a professional or collegiate program with the opportunity to display their abilities against the highest available level of football competition.

2 - To tirelessly promote the abilities of Nashville Storm players so that those who seek either professional or collegiate opportunities have the best possible chance to realize their goals.

3 - To provide the football fans of the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area with the opportunity to enjoy football played by outstanding adult athletes at a price lower than an evening at the movies.

4To bring National Championships home annually to the greatest fans on the planet (the fans in Nashville/Middle Tennessee) as we did in 2010 and 2011.