The Costa Rica Howlers are a fictional football team based in San Jose, Costa Rica. The Howlers are a member of the Continental Football Conference (CFC) Caribbean Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA). They are a publicly owned franchise run by the Costa Rican government.
The franchise started in the Inaugural Season in 2010 as the Savannah Seahawks. Michael Arnold convinced the Costa Rican Government to purchase the team from then-owner Drew Fox during the 2013 season and move the team to San Jose, Costa Rica in 2014.
Savannah Seahawks (2010-2013) Edit
Costa Rica Howlers (2014-Present) Edit
This marked the first season in which the team played their games at Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica (AKA The Rainforest) in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Year by Year Results Edit
|Season||League||Wins||Losses||Playoffs?||Div. Champs?||Playoff Results|
|2010||CFA||12||4||Y||Y||Lost Semifinal Rd. 38-24 to Washington (11-5)|
|2011||CFA||10||4||Y||N||Lost Semifinal Rd. 16-13 to Berlin (11-3)|
|2013||CFA||12||6||Y||Y||Lost Continental Bowl IV 36-30 to West Texas (13-5)|
|2015||CFA||12||4||Y||Y||Lost Divisional Rd. 27-14 to West Texas (11-5)|
|2020||CFA||7||9||Y||Y||Lost Wild Card Rd. 38-28 to Pittsburgh (10-6)|