The Birmingham Vulcans were members of the five-team Eastern Division of the WFL. The Vulcans, founded in March 1975, played in the upstart league's second and final season in 1975. The team was owned by a group of Alabama businessmen with Ferd Weil as team president. The Vulcans replaced the Birmingham Americans who had held the WFL franchise for Birmingham in 1974, winning World Bowl I in December 1974 before suffering financial collapse. The Vulcans were the best team in the league in 1975 with a 9–3 record and the best at the box office until the league folded in mid-season. After the WFL ceased operations, the Vulcans were declared league champions by virtue of having the best record.
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