Casper, WY - The Wyoming Cavalry Professional Indoor Football team is pleased to announce the 2013 schedule. Cavalry fans will be treated to home games involving veteran teams that have never traveled to Casper before, as well as old rivals and a new instate team.
“We hope our fans will be pleased with the diversity in opponents,” says Mike Layton, Cavalry General Manager. “In addition to new faces on the Cavalry sideline, our fans and supporters will see a few different opponents on Mtn. View Regional Hospital Field.”
The Cavs kick off their season traveling to Cedar Rapids, IA. After three road games, the Cavalry open their home schedule at the Casper Events Center on March 29, 2013 against I-25 rival, the Colorado Ice. The final home game of the regular season, May 31, 2013, will again be Breast Cancer Awareness Night, and the Cavs will host the Nebraska Danger.
3/8 at Cedar Rapids (IA) Titans
3/17 at Sioux Falls (SD) Storm
3/23 at Nebraska Danger
3/29 HOME vs COLORADO ICE (7:05 pm)
4/5 HOME vs TRI CITIES FEVER (7:05 pm)
4/12 HOME vs CEDAR RAPID TITANS (7:05 pm)
4/26 at Tri Cities (WA) Fever
5/3 HOME vs COLORADO ICE (7:05 pm)
5/11 HOME vs CHEYENNE WARRIORS (7:05 pm)
5/17 HOME vs TRI CITIES FEVER (7:05 pm)
5/24 at Cheyenne (WY) Warriors
5/31 HOME vs NEBRASKA DANGER
6/7 at Colorado Ice
6/14 at Cheyenne Warriors
The Cavalry are entering their 14th year of providing professional indoor football to the fans of Wyoming. They currently play in the Indoor Football League (IFL). Games are played at the Casper Events Center on Mtn. View Regional Hospital Field.
“Our ownership group and our supporters continue to be devoted to keeping this form of great, family sports entertainment in Wyoming,” says Director of Business Operations,Argeri Layton. “We all believe the Cavalry is an important asset to Casper and Wyoming, and we look forward to the 2013 season and beyond. We are thankful for all the volunteers, the fans, the sponsors, and the supporters who are instrumental in our succes and in our ability to keep the Cavalry in Wyoming.”
Call the Cavalry office at 307.232.8170 or email
to discuss season tickets, group tickets, and sponsorship opportunities. “Also, groups and individuals interested in performing or singing the National Anthem at the Cavalry games should also call or email our office,” continued Layton.