Manila Folders
John "Mongo" Murphy
President, Foreman and Camp Director

Current roster and team schedule are maintained at Fanball.com.

The Stompers were founded in 2001 as an expansion franchise to replace the now-defunct Cucamonga Crapshoots, one of FAUX Football's charter franchises. With such large shoes to fill, John Murphy, who served as Manila Folder's Executive Vice President from 1998 to 2000, was selected to run FAUX's newest franchise. Murphy immediately seized the opportunity to build a team in his own image, settling his team in the Russian River valley, an area once known as "Stumptown" because of extensive lumber harvesting there. The Stumptown Stompers were born. In a bold (and some thought insane) initial move, the new owner hired Joe Carroll as his General Manager. The Stompers have shown steady improvement since their days as an expansion team, though they have a reputation for suffering devastating player injuries. The Stompers have shown flashes of brilliance, suffering only two seasons in their history. In 2005, Stumptown celebrated it's fifth season as FAUX franchise.By posting a franchise-best 10-4 mark, the Stompers franchise record was 42-41-1, surpassed the .500 mark.

Stompers' Historical Franchise Regular Records
YEAR W L T YEAR W L T YEAR W L T YEAR W L T
2001 3 10 1 2002 8 6 0 2003 9 5 0 2004 4 10 0
2005 8 6 0 2006 10 4 0 2007 6 8 0 2008 - - -
TOTAL 48 49 1 .495
Founded: 2001

Home Field: Georgia-Pacific Dome

Team Colors: Forest Green and Brown

Franchise Names:

  • Stumptown Stompers (2001-Present)

Team Winning Percentage: .495 (48-49-1)