Austin Vipers
Minor Professional Football League
 Austin, Texas
Home Fields: Kelly Reaves Athletic Complex / Westwood High School
Established: 2009
Owner: Hank Morris
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2009: 3-5-1 (North American Football League)
2010: 8-4 (North American Football League)
2011: 13-0 League Champions  (South Texas Amateur Football League)
2012: 9-3 (Minor Professional Football League)
2013: 11-2 League Champions (Xclusive Football League)
Sunshine Bowl Sports Extravaganza – National Champions 
2014: 11-2 League Finalist (Xclusive Football League)
2015: 12-1 League Champions (Minor Professional Football League)
Sunshine Bowl Sports Extravaganza – National Champions

2016: 11-2 League Semifinalist (Minor Professional Football League)


Team History

In 2017, the Vipers should pass the 100-win mark as a program, which is remarkable for their ninth year. Since 2011, the Vipers have won two national championships, as well as league championships from three different leagues.

Notable Alumni

Former Mississippi State Bulldog Marvin Byrdsong is an active player for the Vipers. Several notable football stars have also played for the Vipers over the years, including former University of Texas stars, running back Ramonce Taylor and offensive lineman Tray Allen, former Texas Tech four-year starter, safety D.J. Johnson, Stu Van Dusen, formerly of the Canadian Football League, former Arena Football League offensive lineman Derik Stotland. and Keith Clay who is one of the all-time leading scorers in minor league history and also played arena ball.

Austin Vipers News

Who advances to the MPFL Championship?

No. 1 West Texas Pride (11-0, 7-0 in MPFL) vs. No. 4 Denton County Rhinos (7-5 in MPFL) “I don’t know too much about the West Texas Pride. Denton, they actually had a .500 season, but those guys are a lot better than what their record shows.” – Hank Morris, Owner, Austin Vipe...

Austin Vipers ready to host North Texas Stampede in MPFL Semifinals

After last weekend’s games, the Minor Professional Football League is now down to The Standing Four and this Saturday’s games will determine who will advance to play in Shanklin Bowl VI. In one semifinal match-up, the Austin Vipers (9-2) will host the North Texas Stampede (11-3,...

The Minor Professional Football League playoff picture is taking shape

This year, the Minor Professional Football League has 19 members: nine in the Metro Division and five in each the Plains Division and the Capital Division. With the regular season winding down, the playoff picture is starting to take shape in the MPFL. In fact, the majority of...

The Austin Vipers have national goals for 2017

When discussing the pre-season contenders to win the Minor Professional Football League in 2017 – or any year – the Austin Vipers have to be in the discussion. In the past six seasons, the Vipers have won league championships in three different leagues, with the 2015 MPFL Title...