Todt Returns to the Predators, Named Team GM

ORLANDO-- The Orlando Predators announced Friday that Casey Todt has been hired as the team’s General Manager and will lead front office operations.

 Todt returns to the Predators after serving as the club’s director of corporate partnerships from March 2015 to October 2016. During his Predators tenure, Todt developed new business partnerships while maintaining and growing existing partnerships. 

 “I am excited to be returning to the Orlando Predators organization,” Todt said. “They are one of the most storied franchises in arena football with a passionate and loyal fan base that is unmatched. I cannot wait to get back in to the jungle and help deliver a great product to our fans and to the City of Orlando.”

As general manager, Todt will be tasked with overseeing the day to day business operations of the team and work with ownership in all phases of running the franchise including ticketing, retail, merchandising, business development, arena operations, media relations and team operations. Todt will be visible in the community, representing the Orlando Predators to local civic organizations. 

Todt has previously served as a sales and event representative for Polk County Sports Marketing/Visit Central Florida. He also has experience with the AAU National Office, Cleveland Browns, and ESPN Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World. 

 Todt is a native of West Portsmouth, Ohio, and a 2011 graduate of Shawnee State University, with a degree in sport studies and management. 

The Predators are set to begin their eight-game National Arena League schedule on May 29 at the Amway Center against the Jacksonville Sharks. 2021 marks the 27th season of Predators football, and the second as a member of the National Arena League. All home games will be played at the Amway Center.  

The Orlando Predators were founded in 1991 and have made 23 playoff appearances, won 9 Division Championships, and won 2 League Championships in franchise history. The team competes in the National Arena League and home games are played at the Amway Center in downtown Orlando. The 2021 Season kicks off on April 3rd, when Orlando travels to Albany, NY to take on the Albany Empire. April 17th, 2021 will be the Predators home opener for the season. To learn more about the Predators visit

The National Arena League was founded in 2016 and hosted its inaugural season in 2017 as the premier league in arena football. For more information regarding expansion opportunities or partnerships, contact Commissioner Chris Siegfried at . For more information about the NAL visit,,,