The Arizona Rattlers are a professional arena football team based in Phoenix, Arizona. They are currently members of the Western Division of the National Conference in the Arena Football League (AFL). The Rattlers were founded in 1992 as an expansion team. They play their home games at US Airways Center. The Rattlers are led by arena football Hall of Fame Head Coach Kevin Guy.
Since the team's establishment in 1992, the Rattlers have won seven division titles and have played in seven ArenaBowl Championship games, winning championships in 1994, 1997 and 2012.
In early years, the Rattlers played their home games at America West Arena, which they shared with the Phoenix Suns. The arena was renamed US Airways Center in 2005 and the Rattlers continue to play their home games there and share the arena with the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Mercury. They conduct practices at Gene Autry Park in Mesa, Arizona.