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|2011 IFL season|
|League||Indoor Football League|
|Duration||February 19, 2012 – July 16, 2012|
|Number of teams||22|
|Season champions||Sioux Falls Storm|
|Season MVP||Chris Dixon|
|Intense champions||Tri-Cities Fever|
|Intense runners-up||Allen Wranglers|
|United champions||Sioux Falls Storm|
|United runners-up||Green Bay Blizzard|
|2011 United Bowl Championship|
|Champions||Sioux Falls Storm|
|Finals MVP||Chris Dixon|
The 2011 Indoor Football League season was the third season of the Indoor Football League (IFL). The regular season began on Saturday, February 19, 2011, with the Kickoff Classic game, and ended on Sunday, June 12, 2011.After three weeks of playoffs, and one week off, the playoffs ended with the 2011 United Bowl on July 16 where the Sioux Falls Storm defeated the Tri-Cities Fever 37-10.
z - clinched conference title
y - clinched division title
x - clinched playoff spot
|Kennewick, WA||Loveland, CO|
|6||Wyoming||20||Intense Conference Championship|
|3||Allen||27||Sioux Falls, SD|
|Wild Card Round|
|6||Chicago||33||2011 United Bowl|
|3||Reading||76||Sioux Falls, SD|
|Omaha, NE||2||Green Bay||12|
|Sioux Falls, SD|
|5||Bloomington||34||United Conference Championship|
|Most Valuable Player||Chris Dixon||Quarterback||Sioux Falls Storm|
|Offensive Player of the Year||Chris Dixon||Quarterback||Sioux Falls Storm|
|Co-Defensive Player of the Year||Antonio Ficklin||Defensive lineman||Bloomington Extreme|
|Special Teams Player of the Year||B. J. Hill||Kick returner||Green Bay Blizzard|
|Offensive Rookie of the Year||Romandre Gibbs||Running back||Fairbanks Grizzlies|
|Defensive Rookie of the Year||Arkeith Brown||Defensive back||Green Bay Blizzard|
|Most Improved Player||David Knighton||Quarterback||Colorado Ice|
|Adam Pringle Award||Robert Fuller||Head Coach||Fairbanks Grizzlies|
|Coach of the Year||Robert Fuller||Head Coach||Fairbanks Grizzlies|
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