Cincinnati Reds History
The Cincinnati Reds were a professional football team from 1933 until 1934, playing their final season in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cincinnati Reds by the Decades
The Cincinnati Reds' inaugural season was 1933. During the decade, the Reds had a record of 3-14-1 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They won zero division titles. The Reds ranked 6th in the West division with a win percentage of 19%.
Cincinnati Reds Head Coaching History
|Head Coach ||Years ||Record ||Win percentage ||Playoff record |
|Algy Clark ||1934 ||0-8-0 ||0.0% ||0-0 |
|Al Jolley ||1933 ||0-3-0 ||0.0% ||0-0 |
|Mike Palm ||1933 ||3-3-1 ||50.0% ||0-0 |
Franchise history guide
|Seasons with a championship win ||Seasons with a conference championship |