Gladiators Fall to Undefeated Orlando Predators 76-56 At The QThe Cleveland Gladiators fell to the Orlando Predators 76-56 on Friday at Quicken Loans Arena. Cleveland now drops to 1-4 on the season, while Orlando remains undefeated. With both Chris Dieker and Dennis Havrilla unavailable due to injury, quarterback Arvell Nelson made his first start for the Gladiators this season.
Gladiators Drop First Road Game, Fall To Soul In Philadelphia 67-50The Cleveland Gladiators came up empty in Saturday's attempt to climb to .500 on the season, dropping their first road game of the AFL campaign to the Philadelphia Soul, 67-50.
Gladiators Lose a Close One To The Kiss 47-42The Cleveland Gladiators lost a tough game to the Los Angeles Kiss 47-42 in a back and forth affair that came down to an onside kick in the end.
Cleveland Gladiators Defeat Tamp Bay Storm 41-29 For First Win Of SeasonThe Gladiators were victorious in a back and forth game with the Tampa Bay Storm.
Soul Spoil Gladiators Regular Season & Home Opener 69-41As home openers go, Friday night was less than idyllic for the Cleveland Gladiators.
Cleveland Gladiators Announce 2016 ScheduleGladiators to play eight home games at The Q starting April 1st.
Gladiators To Again Play In AFL’S American ConferenceNew conference-only alignment places Cleveland alongside Jacksonville, Orlando, Philadelphia and Tampa Bay.
Gladiators Eliminated from Playoffs by Soul, 47-35Four turnovers forced by the Philadelphia Soul defense led to the Cleveland Gladiators suffering a 47-35 loss in the quarterfinal round of the Arena Football League Playoffs Saturday at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gladiators Clinch Playoff Spot, Beat Shock 59-42The Cleveland Gladiators (8-9) clinched a spot in the 2015 Arena League playoffs on Saturday night with a 59-42 victory against the Spokane Shock
Gladiators Fall 72-56 In PhiladelphiaA 23-6 second quarter scoring advantage propelled the Philadelphia Soul (13-2) past the Cleveland Gladiators (7-8) on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center, as Philadelphia topped the Gladiators 72-56. Amarri Jackson led the Gladiators in receiving with eight catches for 125 yards and three touchdowns despite the loss, while also amassing 152 kickoff return yards. The loss marks the third straight for the Gladiators, who return home to Quicken Loans Arena next Saturday at 6:00 p.m. to host the Orlando Predators.
AFL, CBS Sports Network To Flex Week 17 MatchupThe AFL and CBS Sports Network have announced that the Week 17 matchup will now feature the Gladiators hosting the Predators in a rematch of last year’s American Conference Championship Game at 6:00 p.m. ET on July 18.
Gladiators Fall 74-41 In JacksonvilleSix turnovers forced by the Jacksonville Sharks (7-6) led to the Cleveland Gladiators (7-7) suffering a 74-41 loss at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Saturday night.