|Team Colors||Aqua, Light Gold, Black, White |
|Franchise W-L-T Record||Regular season: 11–9
|World Bowls (1)
The Sacramento Surge was a professional American football team that played in the World League of American Football (WLAF) in 1991 and 1992. The team played its first season at Hughes Stadium in Sacramento, and the second season in Hornet Stadium on the Sacramento State University campus. It was owned by Managing General Partner Fred Anderson and the General Manager was Michael F. Keller. In charge of Special Projects was Jack Youngblood, who also partnered with Joe Starkey and Ronnie Lott on the Surge radio broadcasts on KRAK-AM Radio, Sacramento.
After the WLAF ended its American presence at the end of the 1992 season, Surge owner Fred Anderson continued Sacramento's presence in professional football by acquiring a Canadian Football League expansion franchise. The new team was named the Sacramento Gold Miners; Stephenson and several Surge players were retained in the change, as were the team colors of aqua and yellow.
|Season||Division||Regular season||Post season results||Awards|
|1991||North American West||3rd||3||7||0||.300||—||—|
|1992||North American West||1st||8||2||0||.800||Won Semifinal (Dragons) 17–15||David Archer (Offensive MVP)|
|Total||11||9||0||.500||(1991–1992, includes only regular season)|
|2||0||0||1.000||(1991–1992, includes only playoffs)|
|13||9||0||.650||(1991–1992, includes both regular season and playoffs)|