The New York Knights are a fictional professional American football team based in the New York City metropolitan area. The Knights are a member of the United Football Conference (UFC) Coastal Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).
The Knights franchise were among the original 12 that started in 2010. In their first two seasons the team was owned by Adam Essex. In those two seasons they team played their games in Columbus, Ohio and were known as the Blazing Crusade and Blazers, respectively. The team was sold to Michael Burmeister before the 2011 season and the team was moved to Puerto Rico. They would be known as the Coquis for three seasons there. During the 2014 season, though, Burmeister would sell the team to current owner Scott Murphy. Murphy would then move the team to New York, New York and change their name to the Knights.
Ohio Blazing Crusade/Blazers (2010-2011) Edit
Puerto Rico Coquis (2012-2014) Edit
This season marks the team's first season in Puerto Rico.
New York Knights (2015-Present) Edit
This season marks the team's first season in New York City, New York.
Year by Year Results Edit
|Season||League||Wins||Losses||Playoffs?||Div. Champs?||Playoff Results|
|2010||CFA||7||9||Y||N||Lost Quarterfinal Rd.28-21 to Savannah (12-4)|
|2011||CFA||6||8||Y||N||Lost Quarterfinal Rd. 26-14 to Berlin (11-3)|
|2012||CFA||7||9||Y||N||Lost Quarterfinal Rd. 16-6 to Baltimore (15-1)|