Already feeling those post-football season withdrawals?  Fortunately, the Quad City Steamwheelers are back and better than ever to help you cure those pigskin blues!

Quad City Steamwheelers bring Indoor Football League (IFL) fun back to the TaxSlayer Center (1201 River Drive Moline)! The season kicks off this Friday Feb 22 at 7:05 p.m. against the San Diego Strike Force.

Single game tickets can be purchased for $10 – $30 and 7-Game Season Packs are only $70 – $175. Purchase single game tickets today at or e-mail to be placed on the list for Season Tickets.


Check out this exciting schedule for the 2019 Quad City Steamwheeler season:

Friday Feb 22                   7:50 p.m.                          vs. San Diego Strike Force

Sunday Mar 3                   3:05 p.m.                          vs. Iowa Barnstormers

Friday Mar 15                  7:05 p.m.                          @Cedar Rapids River Kings (US Cellular Center)

Friday Mar 29                  7:05 p.m.                          vs. Green Bay Blizzard

Saturday Apr 20               7:05 p.m.                          vs. Tucson Sugar Skulls

Saturday May 4               7:05 p.m.                          vs. Sioux Falls Storm

Friday May 17                  7:05 p.m.                          vs. Cedar Rapids River Kings

Friday Jun 7                      7:05 p.m.                          vs. Bismarck Bucks


Looking to keep the party going after these exciting matchups? After each home game, head to the official location for After Game Parties, the Barrel House (1321 5th Avenue Moline), and hangout with the players, coaches and dancers! Bring your ticket stub and your first drink is FREE! Kitchen is open until 1 a.m. and you can enjoy ½ price appetizers after 9 p.m.

For all things Quad City Steamwheelers, check out their website at and follow the team page on Facebook at


Tess Abney was born and raised in the Quad Cities. Her passion for writing and entertainment was apparent at a very young age. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.