The CIFL Championship Game was the annual championship game of the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL). In 2006, it was the meeting of the two semifinal game winners. Following the 2007 and 2008 season, the game was between the Great Lakes Division champion and the Atlantic Division champion. In 2009 the league was divided into an East and West Division.
During its first year, it was called the Great Lakes Bowl.
|Game||Year||Winning team||Losing team||Site||Date||MVP|
|Great Lakes Bowl I||2006||Port Huron Pirates||40||Rochester Raiders||34||McMorran Arena||July 22, 2006||Rayshawn Askew|
|CIFL Indoor Championship Game||2007||Rochester Raiders||37||Michigan Pirates||27||Blue Cross Arena||July 28, 2007||Mike Condello|
|CIFL Championship Game||2008||Saginaw Sting||41||Kalamazoo Xplosion||37||Wings Stadium||June 29, 2008||Nick Body|
|CIFL Championship Game||2009||Chicago Slaughter||58||Fort Wayne Freedom||48||Sears Centre||June 27, 2009||Donovan Morgan|
|CIFL Championship Game||2010||Cincinnati Commandos||54||Wisconsin Wolfpack||40||Cincinnati Gardens||June 26, 2010||Ben Mauk|
|CIFL Championship Game||2011||Cincinnati Commandos||44||Marion Blue Racers||29||Cincinnati Gardens||June 11, 2011||Tyler Sheehan|
|CIFL Championship Game||2012||Saginaw Sting||35||Dayton Silverbacks||7||Dow Event Center||June 2, 2012||Jeff Austin|
|CIFL Championship Game||2013||Erie Explosion||37||Saginaw Sting||36||Erie Insurance Arena||May 12, 2013||Richard Stokes|
|CIFL Championship Game||2014||Erie Explosion||38||Marion Blue Racers||26||Veterans Memorial Coliseum||May 18, 2014|
|Port Huron/Michigan Pirates||2||1||1|
|Fort Wayne Freedom||1||0||1|
|Marion Blue Racers||2||0||2|