|Stadium|| Sun Devil Stadium (1974–1975)|
|Team Owner/President||Louis Steele|
|Head Coach||Nelson Mathis|
|Team Colors||Red, Gold, Orange, White|
|Division titles||1 (1976)|
|Victory Bowl titles||0|
|History||Arizona Firebirds (1974–present)|
The Arizona Firebirds are a professional football team based in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. They are a member of the American Football Association, which they joined in 1974. They play their home games at the Sundome.
The Firebirds were created after Louis Steele, longtime owner of the Toronto Bruins had purchased the San Francisco Whales from Robert Culpepper, moving the Whales to Arizona and folding the Bruins. However, the Whales' name, logo, and history will remain in San Francisco to be used by a future expansion team of the same name, with the Firebirds themselves being considered a first-year expansion franchise.
|Victory Bowl Champions||Victory Bowl Appearance||Division Champions||Playoff Berth|
|Season||League||Division||Regular season||Postseason results|
|1976||AFA||South||1st||9||5||0||Lost Quarterfinals (Houston) 20–23 (OT)|
|Total||17||24||1||(includes only regular season)|
|0||1||0||(includes only the postseason)|
|17||25||1||(includes both regular season and postseason)|