San Francisco Demons
The San Francisco Demons were a short-lived springtime American football team based in San Francisco, California. This team was part of the failed XFL begun by Vince McMahon of World Wrestling Entertainment and by NBC.
Although they had the smallest stadium in the league, they also had the highest average attendance.
San Francisco Demons questions:
Where did the San Francisco Demons play home games?
The team played in Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco; despite having the smallest stadium in the league, they also had the highest average attendance at over 34,000. The fans had a cheering section nicknamed “The Hellhole”.
Who owned the San Francisco Demons?
The Demons were owned by Vince McMahon and WWE, as were all of the XFL teams.
Who was the Head Coach of the Demons?
The San Francisco Demons head Coach was Jim Skipper, who had previously been a running back coach for the New York Giants.
What was the Demons record?
The Demons posted a 5-5 record in the sole season of the XFL in 2001, but went on to secure a playoff position, by finishing second in the league.
Did the Demons win a playoff game?
The Demons won a playoff game against Orlando Rage, defeating them 26-25.
Did the Demons win a championship?
The Demons lost the championship game, in the XFL the Million Dollar game, to the Los Angeles Xtreme, 38-6.