|League||American Football Association|
|Teams|| Atlanta Rebels|
|Most Recent Champion||Washington Wasps (5th title)|
|Most titles won by team||Washington Wasps (5)|
The Southeastern Division is one of six divisions that make up the American Football Association. The Central Division was formed in 1968 when the Atlanta Rebels, Baltimore Royals, Buffalo Stampeders and Washington Wasps formed the division.
Creation of the Southeastern Division. Atlanta Rebels enfranchised. Baltimore and Washington moved from Southern Division. Buffalo moved from Central Division.
Miami moved from Southern Division. Buffalo moved to Northeastern Division.
|1968||Baltimore Royals||7–6–1||Won Quarterfinals, Lost Semifinals|
|1969||Baltimore Royals||11–3||Lost Quarterfinals|
|1970||Baltimore Royals||9–3–2||Won Quarterfinals, Lost Semifinals|
|1971||Baltimore Royals||6–3^||Lost Quarterfinals|
|1972||Washington Wasps||9–5||Lost Quarterfinals|
|1973||Washington Wasps||10–4||Lost Quarterfinals|
|1974||Washington Wasps||11–3||Lost Quarterfinals|
|1975||Washington Wasps||12–2||Won Quarterfinals, Won Semifinals, Won 30th Victory Bowl|
|1976||Washington Wasps||9–5||TBD Quarterfinals|
- ^ – Regular season reduced to nine games because of players' strike.
Wild Card qualifiersEdit
|1973||Baltimore Royals||9–4–1||Won Quarterfinals, Lost Semifinals|