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The Western Football Association (WFA) is a 16-team football league based out of the western United States. The league is organized into two eight-team divisions and crowns a champion at the end of every season in the WFA Championship Game.

Western Football Association members

North Division

South Division

WFA Champions

The WFA Champion is decided every year through the WFA playoffs. The top three teams from each division qualify - the top division seed gets a first round bye while the two other teams play a quarterfinal at the home stadium of the No. 2 seed. The winner of that game plays at the No. 1 seed's home stadium the following weekend in the semifinal.

Two weekends later, the North Division winner and South Division winner face off at a neutral site (preferably within the WFA's geographical zone, although championship games have been held elsewhere), in which the winner wins the Western Cup. Unlike most sports leagues, which produce a new trophy every year for the champion, the Western Cup is a single award, much like the NHL's Stanley Cup, and stays with the previous year's champion until a new champion is crowned. The current Western Cup champion is the Tacoma Totems.

In odd numbered years, the North Division is the home team for the Western Cup Final, and in even numbered years the South is the home-team designate. For example, in January 2012, the Los Angeles Rams were the home team, as the year was odd, even though it was the championship game for the 2011 season.

  • 2013: Oakland Raiders 42, Salt Lake Stingers 24
  • 2012: Tacoma Totems 21, Los Angeles Aztecs 19
  • 2011: Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 21
  • 2010: Mesa Rattlers 24, Tacoma Totems 20
  • 2009: Tacoma Totems 27, Los Angeles Rams 24 (OT)
  • 2008: San Francisco 49ers 38, Los Angeles Rams 10
  • 2007: San Diego Chargers 45, Sahalee Storm 3
  • 2006: Albuquerque Jackrabbits 34, Boise Condors 14
  • 2005: San Francisco 49ers 55, Los Angeles Aztecs 10
  • 2004: Sahalee Storm 30, San Diego Chargers 27
  • 2003: Sahalee Storm 24, Oakland Raiders 17
  • 2002: Sahalee Storm 30, La Paz Buccaneers 14
  • 2001: San Francisco 49ers 35, Oakland Raiders 30
  • 2000: San Francisco 49ers 17, Mesa Rattlers 7
  • 1999: Los Angeles Rams 48, Aurora Broncos 17
  • 1998: Aurora Broncos 56, Mesa Rattlers 17
  • 1997: Los Angeles Rams 44, Salt Lake Stingers 19
  • 1996: Aurora Broncos 21, San Diego Chargers 0
  • 1995: San Diego Chargers 24, Spokane Indians 7
  • 1994: San Diego Chargers 60, San Francisco 49ers 34
  • 1993: San Francisco 49ers 23, Mesa Rattlers 14
  • 1992: San Diego Chargers 31, Vancouver Volcanoes 10
  • 1991: Mesa Rattlers 44, Aurora Broncos 7
  • 1990: Spokane Indians 31, Mesa Rattlers 3
  • 1989: Oakland Raiders 35, Aurora Broncos 24
  • 1988: Vancouver Volcanoes 30, Oakland Raiders 21
  • 1987: Oakland Raiders 37, Sahalee Storm 14
  • 1986: Oakland Raiders 38, San Francisco 49ers 27
  • 1985: La Paz Buccaneers 24, San Francisco 49ers 23
  • 1984: Vancouver  Volcanoes 35, Los Angeles Rams 20
  • 1983: Vancouver Volcanoes 23, Oakland Raiders 21
  • 1982: Oakland Raiders 16, San Francisco 10
  • 1981: San Diego Chargers 20, Vancouver Volcanoes 17
  • 1980: Los Angeles Rams
  • 1979: San Diego Chargers
  • 1978: San Diego Chargers
  • 1977: Vancouver Blazers
  • 1976: Aurora Broncos
  • 1975: Aurora Broncos
  • 1974: Los Angeles Rams
  • 1973: San Francisco 49ers
  • 1972: San Francisco 49ers
  • 1971: Los Angeles Raiders
  • 1970: La Paz Buccaneers
  • 1969: San Francisco 49ers
  • 1968: Los Angeles Rams
  • 1967: Los Angeles Rams
  • 1966: San Diego Chargers
  • 1965: Oakland Raiders
  • 1964: Los Angeles Rams

Number of Western Cup Championships by Team

San Francisco 49ers: 8 (1969, 1972, 1973, 1993, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2008)

San Diego Chargers: 8 (1966, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2007)

Los Angeles Rams: 7 (1964, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1980, 1997, 1999, 2011)

Oakland Raiders: 6 (1965, 1971, 1982, 1986, 1987, 1989)

Vancouver Blazers: 4 (1977, 1983, 1984, 1988)

Aurora Broncos: 4 (1975, 1976, 1996, 1998)

Sahalee Storm: 3 (2002, 2003, 2004)

Mesa Rattlers: 2 (1991, 2010)

La Paz Buccaneers: 2 (1970, 1985)

Tacoma Totems: 2 (2009, 2012)

Albuquerque Jackrabbits: 1 (2006)

Spokane Indians: 1 (1990)

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