Carolina Energy

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Carolina Energy
Established 2017
Play in Bojangles' Coliseum
in Charlotte, North Carolina
League/conference affiliations
Team colorsBlack, gold
Owner(s)Daniel Rudmann
Head coachErvin Bryson
Team history
  • Carolina Energy (2018–present)
League championships (0)
Conference championships (0)
Division championships (1)
  • AAL Southern: 2019
Playoff appearances (2)
  • AAL: 2018, 2019
Home arena(s)

The Carolina Energy are a professional indoor American football team based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. They are members of the American Arena League (AAL) and play their home games at the Bojangles' Coliseum beginning in the 2018 season. They are the fourth team to play in Charlotte behind the Charlotte Rage and Carolina Cobras, both formerly of the Arena Football League, and the Carolina Speed of the American Indoor Football Association.[1]

Season-by-season results[edit]

League Champions Conference Champions Division Champions Playoff berth League leader
Season League Division Regular season Postseason results
Finish Wins Losses Ties
2018 AAL 5th[a] 5 3 0 Lost semifinal (Richmond) 43–57[3]
2019 AAL Southern 1st[b] 6 0 0 Division final (Peach State)[c]
Won semifinal (Carolina) 58–38
Lost AAL Championship (West Virginia) 29–55
Totals 11 3 0 All-time regular season record (2018–2019)
1 2 All-time postseason record (2018–2019)
12 5 0 All-time regular season and postseason record (2018–2019)
  1. ^ Qualified for the playoffs as the fourth seed due to the Georgia Doom opting not to participate.[2]
  2. ^ The AAL counted all games played by member teams, including games against non-league members, and forfeits in the league standings for the 2019 season.
  3. ^ The Energy had scheduling issues with their arena and the league awarded the Energy a bye to the next round.[4]


  1. ^ David Boraks (February 15, 2018). "Charlotte Gets A New Arena Football Team - The Carolina Energy".
  2. ^ "2018 American Arena League Final Regular Season Standings and Playoff Pairings". AAL. June 12, 2018. Archived from the original on June 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "Carolina Energy Exits Arena Playoffs, Looks To 2019". WFAE. June 21, 2018.
  4. ^ "AAL Playoff Picture Set". OurSports Central. June 6, 2019.

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