Who Are the Outlaws?The Maryland Outlaws are a spring season minor league football team that traces its history back to the semi-pro heydays of the late 1960s and 1970s. In 2003, semi-pro football returned to Frederick as a new organization named the Frederick Outlaws. After 5 championship seasons, the Frederick Outlaws started developing a wider fan base and had players signing up from all over the state and surrounding areas. The decision was made to re-launch their team, with representation of the entire state.
The Maryland Outlaws have been a member of the Diamond Football League (DFL) and currently the East Coast Football Association (ECFA). The ECFA is a network of minor league football teams located within the Mid-Atlantic Region. The teams consist of 60 players who are not paid, but instead, pay to play the sport they love. The Outlaws organization has won five League Championship Titles, six Conference Titles, seven Division Titles and have appeared in seven playoffs in a span of nine years. The Maryland Outlaws will continue the winning tradition, and begin their chase for their 6th championship, their first under their new name.