By Seth Tucker
LOUISVILLE - Just days after being removed from the National Arena League, the Louisville Xtreme have found a new league to call home in the Indoor Football League.
The move was first announced on the Louisville Xtreme's Instagram Page (@louxtremefb), with the IFL posting their official announcement shortly afterwards.
In the Instagram post put out by the Xtreme, Victor Cole, managing partner and general manager of the Xtreme, said that, "We are very excited to announce that we are joining the Indoor Football League" and that "The IFL is the premier indoor football league with teams ranging from coast to coast and we are more than excited to be affiliated and partnered with such a classy organization."
On October 30th, just one week ago, the NAL announced on their website that they had terminated league memberships for both the Louisville Xtreme and the Tampa Bay Tornadoes. Both had been terminated because "both teams failed to provide the league-mandated letters of credit." We have yet to see if Tampa Bay will make a move similar to the Xtreme's.