The Milwaukee Mustangs: A Gallop Through Arena Football

The Milwaukee Mustangs were a professional arena football team that captured the hearts of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With two iterations, one from 1994 to 2001 and another from 2009 to 2012, the team was a staple in the Arena Football League (AFL).

Originally known as the Milwaukee Iron, the team rebranded to the Mustangs in 2011, paying homage to the original franchise. They played their home games at the Bradley Center, offering an electric atmosphere that often rivaled that of other major sports in the city.

Although the team folded in 2012, the Mustangs left a lasting legacy. They were known for their vibrant team colors of black, orange, chrome, and white, and their mascot, Stang, was a fan favorite. The team may be gone, but they are far from forgotten in the Milwaukee sports scene.

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