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NASL (1968-1984)

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==Franchise List==

Franchise Years Active Home Page Tagged Posts
Atlanta Apollos 1973 Apollos Home Tagged Posts
Atlanta Chiefs 1968-1972 Chiefs Home Tagged Posts
Atlanta Chiefs 1979-1981 Chiefs Home Tagged Posts
Baltimore Bays 1968-1969 Bays Home Tagged Posts
Baltimore Comets 1974-1975 Comets Home Tagged Posts
Boston Beacons 1968 Beacons Home Tagged Posts
Boston Minutemen 1974-1976 Minutemen Home Tagged Posts
Calgary Boomers 1981 Boomers Home Tagged Posts
California Surf 1978-1981 Surf Home Tagged Posts
Caribous of Colorado 1978 Caribous Home Tagged Posts
Chicago Mustangs 1968 Mustangs Home Tagged Posts
Chicago Sting 1975-1984 Sting Home Tagged Posts
Cleveland Stokers 1968 Stokers Home Tagged Posts
Connecticut Bicentennials 1977 Bicentennials Home Tagged Posts
Dallas Tornado 1968-1981 Tornado Home Tagged Posts
Denver Dynamos 1974-1975 Dynamos Home Tagged Posts
Detroit Cougars 1968 Cougars Home Tagged Posts
Detroit Express 1978-1981 Express Home Tagged Posts
Edmonton Drillers 1979-1982 Drillers Home Tagged Posts
Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1977-1983 Strikers Home Tagged Posts
Golden Bay Earthquakes 1983-1984 Earthquakes Home Tagged Posts
Hartford Bicentennials 1975-1976 Bicentennials Home Tagged Posts
Houston Hurricane 1978-1980 Hurricane Home Tagged Posts
Houston Stars 1968 Stars Home Tagged Posts
Jacksonville Tea Men 1980-1982 Tea Men Home Tagged Posts
Kansas City Spurs 1968-1970 Spurs Home Tagged Posts
Las Vegas Quicksilvers 1977 Quicksilvers Home Tagged Posts
Los Angeles Aztecs 1974-1981 Aztecs Home Tagged Posts
Los Angeles Wolves 1968 Wolves Home Tagged Posts
Memphis Rogues 1978-1980 Rogues Home Tagged Posts
Miami Gatos 1972 Gatos Home Tagged Posts
Miami Toros 1973-1976 Toros Home Tagged Posts
Minnesota Kicks 1976-1981 Kicks Home Tagged Posts
Minnesota Strikers 1984 Strikers Home Tagged Posts
Montreal Manic 1981-1983 Manic Home Tagged Posts
Montreal Olympique 1971-1973 Olympique Home Tagged Posts
New England Tea Men 1978-1980 Tea Men Home Tagged Posts
New York Cosmos 1971-1985 Cosmos Home Tagged Posts
New York Generals 1968 Generals Home Tagged Posts
Oakland Clippers 1968 Clippers Home Tagged Posts
Oakland Stompers 1978 Stompers Home Tagged Posts
Philadelphia Atoms 1973-1976 Atoms Home Tagged Posts
Philadelphia Fury 1978-1980 Fury Home Tagged Posts
Portland Timbers 1975-1982 Timbers Home Tagged Posts
Rochester Lancers 1970-1980 Lancers Home Tagged Posts
St. Louis Stars 1968-1977 Stars Home Tagged Posts
San Antonio Thunder 1975-1976 Thunder Home Tagged Posts
San Diego Jaws 1976 Jaws Home Tagged Posts
San Diego Sockers 1978-1984 Sockers Home Tagged Posts
San Diego Toros 1968 Toros Home Tagged Posts
San Jose Earthquakes 1974-1982 Earthquakes Home Tagged Posts
Seattle Sounders 1974-1983 Sounders Home Tagged Posts
Tampa Bay Rowdies 1975-1984 Rowdies Home Tagged Posts
Team America 1983 Team America Home Tagged Posts
Team Hawaii 1977 Team Hawaii Home Tagged Posts
Toronto Blizzard 1979-1984 Blizzard Home Tagged Posts
Toronto Falcons 1968 Falcons Home Tagged Posts
Toronto Metros 1971-1974 Metros Home Tagged Posts
Toronto Metros-Croatia 1975-1978 Metros-Croatia Home Tagged Posts
Tulsa Roughnecks 1978-1984 Roughnecks Home Tagged Posts
Vancouver Royals 1968 Royals Home Tagged Posts
Vancouver Whitecaps 1974-1984 Whitecaps Home Tagged Posts
Washington Darts 1970-1971 Darts Home Tagged Posts
Washington Diplomats 1974-1981 Diplomats Home Tagged Posts
Washington Whips 1968 Whips Home Tagged Posts

 

==Key Players==

  • Franz Beckenbauer (New York Cosmos 1978-1980, 1983)
  • George Best (Los Angeles Aztecs, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers & San Jose Earthquakes 1976-1981)
  • Giorgio Chinaglia (New York Cosmos 1976-1983)
  • Johan Cruyff (Los Angeles Aztecs & Washington Diplomats 1979-1981)
  • Eusebio (Boston Minutemen, Toronto Metros-Croatia & Las Vegas Quicksilvers 1975-1977)
  • Pele (New York Cosmos (1975-1977)

Written by andycrossley

March 25th, 2012 at 3:12 pm

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  1. I’m trying to find out more about Ronnie sharp who was my dad.i never met the man hence wanting to know more.

    Stephen walker

    25 Jun 14 at 10:45 am

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