August 27, 2002|
Preparing for the 2003 season and the future of Semi-Pro football in Oklahoma the OFL has updated its logo to symbolize a player standing in a field of crimson and gold signaling number one. The crimson symbolizes the blood shed in their dedication for their sport and the gold represents the chance that the league provides to move up.
The logo is a representation of the direction of the league and the dedication, sacrifice and hard work that the players, coaches and owners put forth every day to keep their dream alive.
The Oklahoma Football League is currently serving AA status and is a developmental league used to propel players to other leagues such as Arena Football 2, Arena Football League, the Canadian Football League and even the National Football League.