The EFL was a Strat-O-Matic computer football project of Jon Brams ().

In its final 2011 season the league had 10 operating teams in two divisions. Previous to that, the league had 12 teams in three divisions. Brams was general manager and coach of the Delaware Cherries team. The computer handled the other teams. The computer also coached the Cherries in weeks 3‑13 of the 2011 season.

The EFL is not affiliated with the real-life, semi-pro EFL in New England.

Past Seasons:

Delayed Gratification:
The Delaware Cherries’ Path to
the 2008 EFL Championship

Northern Division

Connecticut Comets
 aqua and silver with lavender trim and non-standard numbering

Hershey Bars (2011 division champions)
 burgundy and white with silver and gold trim and outlined numbering
 (formerly Atlantic City Seagulls)

New York Empires
 “Charger” retro light blue and white with ’70s UCLA-style numbering

Providence Steam Roller
 maroon and white with Bear-style numbering

Syracuse Crush
 orange and white with light green trim and 3D-style numbering

Southern Division

Baltimore Bolts
 black and white

Charleston Cannons
 old gold, black, and white with outlined numbering
 (formerly Pittsburgh Ironmen)

Delaware Cherries (2011 EFL champions)
 red and white

Philadelphia Lakers
 Florida “Gator” blue and yellow with 3D-style numbering

Richmond Rebels (suspended operations prior to the 2011 season)
 Navy blue and gray with red trim and non-standard numbering

Washington Capitols
 “Titan” light blue and white with outlined numbering