The Virginia Storm Semi-Pro Football team has been playing their games out at the Complex since 2011.The Virginia Storm Semi-Pro Football team originally started out as the Lynchburg Jaguars in 1993. They have gone through several name changes and have been one of the most competitive teams in the MDFL since their inception.
The Storm has compiled an overall record of 99-103-3 with 11 playoff appearance making the 1996, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008 Conference Championship games, the 1999 and 2008 MDFL Championship games and winning the Northwest Division Championship in 2001 and the Southern Conference Championship in 2008.
The Virginia Storm recently switched leagues and joined the East Coast Football Association (ECFA) league for the 2012 season. They were previously members of the Mason-Dixon Football League (MDFL) from 1993 through 2010 at which time the team moved into Martinsville, VA to play. The Storm played in the Central Carolina Football League (CCFL) for the 2010 and 2011 season but decided they needed to move the team into a Spring League.
The Storm offers an opportunity for young men to continue playing football past their collegiate or scholastic careers. The Storm provides inexpensive family entertainment and is the premiere adult amateur football team in Central Virginia. They partner with the Community Storehouse of Martinsville-Henry County and offer a dollar off admission for those spectators that bring a canned or non-perishable food item to the game.
Admission fees are $6.00 for adults 12 and up, $3.00 for ages 5-11, 4 and under will be free.
Virginia Storm Website