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1978 North American Soccer League season

The 1978 North American Soccer League season was the 66th season of FIFA-sanctioned soccer, the 11th with a national first-division league, in the United States and Canada.

                                               

1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers indoor season

This was not the first instance of the Strikers playing indoors. Their first ever match, indoor or out, was an exhibition match played on February 27, 1977 versus their arch-rival, Tampa Bay Rowdies at the Bayfront Center. In January 1978 they pl ...

                                               

1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the third season of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers team, and the clubs thirteenth season in professional soccer. The Strikers finished the regular season in second place in the Eastern Division of the No ...

                                               

1979 North American Soccer League season

The 1979 North American Soccer League season was the 67th season of FIFA-sanctioned soccer and the 12th with a national first-division league in the United States and Canada.

                                               

1979–80 Fort Lauderdale Strikers indoor season

The 1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the first season of the new team in the new North American Soccer League indoor league. It was part of the clubs thirteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team finished in fourth place of ...

                                               

1980 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1980 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the fourth season of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers team, and the clubs fourteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team made it to the finals of North American Soccer League by reaching the ...

                                               

1980 North American Soccer League season

The league comprised 24 teams. The New York Cosmos defeated the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the finals on September 21 to win the championship. For the third time in league history the team with the most wins Seattle did not win the regular seaso ...

                                               

1980–81 Fort Lauderdale Strikers indoor season

The 1979 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the second season of the team in the North American Soccer League indoor league. It was part of the clubs fourteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team finished in fourth place of the Ea ...

                                               

1981 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1981 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the fifth season of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers team, and the clubs fifteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team made it to semifinals of the North American Soccer League playoffs.

                                               

1981 North American Soccer League season

There were a total of 21 teams participating. Three teams Houston, Rochester and Washington folded, while four others moved to new cities. Playoff series were switched from the two matches plus a mini-game tiebreaker used since 1977, to a best-of ...

                                               

1981–82 NASL Indoor season

Thirteen of a possible 14 NASL teams participated. Fort Lauderdale was the only non-participant in the 18-game regular season. The Los Angeles Aztecs and the Minnesota Kicks had been scheduled to participate but were unable to do so, due to mount ...

                                               

1982 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1982 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the sixth season of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers team, and the clubs sixteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team made it to semifinals of the North American Soccer League playoffs.

                                               

1982 North American Soccer League season

The league comprised 14 teams. The New York Cosmos won the championship. The NASL no longer used the 35 yard line for offside, but retained its presence for use in tie-breaker shootouts.

                                               

1983 Fort Lauderdale Strikers indoor season

The 1983 indoor season was part of the clubs seventeenth season in professional soccer. Previously, the NASL indoor season was played during the winter months and running through the new year, such as the 1981–82 season. This year, because five N ...

                                               

1983 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1983 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the seventh season of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers team, and the clubs seventeenth season in professional soccer. This year the team made it to the quarterfinals of the North American Soccer League pla ...

                                               

1983 North American Soccer League season

There were 12 teams in the league. The Tulsa Roughnecks won the championship. Though Vancouver won two more games than any other club, for the fourth time in league history, the team with the most wins did not win the regular season due to the NA ...

                                               

1983–84 NASL Indoor season

The 1983–84 North American Soccer League indoor season was the fourth and last in league history. The San Diego Sockers defeated the New York Cosmos for their third straight indoor title, having won the NASL Indoor title in 1981–82 and the MISL t ...

                                               

1984 Minnesota Strikers season

The 1984 Minnesota Strikers season of the North American Soccer League was the first season of the new team, and the clubs eighteenth season in professional soccer. It is also the first ever incarnation of the clubs new name. Previously, they wer ...

                                               

1984 North American Soccer League season

The 1984 North American Soccer League season was the 72nd season of FIFA-sanctioned soccer, the 17th with a national first-division league, in the United States and Canada. It would be the 17th and final season of the NASL.

                                               

NASL Final 1969

NASL Final 1969 was the North American Soccer Leagues championship decision of the 1969 season. With only five teams in the league, no championship event was held that year. In a close finish, the NASL trophy was awarded to the Kansas City Spurs, ...

                                               

San Diego Toros

The San Diego Toros were a soccer team who played in the North American Soccer League, based in San Diego, California. Los Angeles Toros is an American professional soccer team based in Los Angeles, California, who was a member of the National Pr ...

                                               

1967 Washington Whips season

The 1967 Washington Whips season was the clubs first season of existence, participating in the United Soccer Association, which, at the time, was the top division of American soccer. The Whips were an imported team of Aberdeen F.C. of Scotland. T ...

                                               

2010 AC St. Louis season

The 2010 AC St. Louis season was the clubs first and last season of professional soccer. The Saints in the NASL Conference of the USSF D2 Pro League, the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid. The league was a temporary professional soccer l ...

                                               

2010 Carolina RailHawks FC season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. From Credit Tommy Heinemann from the Charleston battery, Sep-Oct 2010, Claudio suárez, the exhibition body image 9 / ...

                                               

2010 Miami FC season

The 2010 Miami FC season was the fifth season of the club. Previously, they fielded a team in the USL First Division. Along with other clubs, Miami FC broke away from the previous league to form the new North American Soccer League. Nonetheless, ...

                                               

2010 Puerto Rico Islanders season

The 2010 season was the Puerto Rico Islanders seventh season over all, due to the compromise achieved by the United States Soccer Federation between the feuding NASL and the USL the Islanders played in the unified USSF Division 2 Professional Lea ...

                                               

2010 Vancouver Whitecaps FC season

The 2010 Vancouver Whitecaps FC season was the clubs 35th year of existence, as well as their 24th and final year as a second tier club. Following the end of the season, the Whitecaps FC joined MLS, becoming the second Canadian club to enter the ...

                                               

2010 Austin Aztex season

The Austin Aztex began their second season as a professional team by playing 4 preseason exhibition matches. The first two games were held as a home-home series against Major League Soccers Houston Dynamo. They also played away games against the ...

                                               

2010 FC Tampa Bay season

The 2010 FC Tampa Bay season was the first and inaugural season of FC Tampa Bay and only season in the USL Conference of the USSF Division 2 Professional League, the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid. The USSF D-2 was a temporary profess ...

                                               

2010 NSC Minnesota Stars season

NSC Minnesota Stars entered the 2010 edition of the Open Cup at the First Round stage, defeating KC Athletics before being knocked out in the Second Round by AC St. Louis.

                                               

2010 Rochester Rhinos season

as of June 16, 2010 Note: flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA rules law. The best players of the world Cup.

                                               

A-League Coach of the Month

The A-League Coach of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged A-League manager each of the season. The winner is chosen by a combination of an online public vote.

                                               

List of A-League clubs

The following is a list of clubs who have played in the A-League since its formation in 2005 to the current season are located in New Zealand, they play in the A-League. Eleven of the fourteen members of the League compete in the 2019 20 season. ...

                                               

List of A-League head coaches

The A-League is a professional soccer league in Australia which is at the top of the Australian league system. The league was formed in 2005 as a replacement for the original National Soccer League. Some people have served spells as caretaker int ...

                                               

2005 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup

The 2005 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup was played in the lead up to the inaugural A-League season. It was won by the Central Coast Mariners, who beat Perth Glory in the final.

                                               

2006 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup

The 2006 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup was a series in the Australian A-League football competition held in July and August in the lead up to the start of the main season. The opening round was 15 July 2006. The competition featured a group s ...

                                               

2007 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup

The 2007 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup competition was held in July and August in the lead-up to the start of the A-League 2007-08 season. The opening round started on 14 July 2007. The competition featured a group stage, with three regular r ...

                                               

2008 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup

The 2008 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup competition was held in July and August 2008, in the lead up to the start of the Australian A-League football 2008–09 season. All eight League clubs competed and was involved in two groups of four teams. ...

                                               

List of A-League seasons

The A-League is the premier professional association football league in Australia. It is currently consists of ten teams, nine based in Australia and one based in New Zealand. The league has been contested since 2005. In its most recent form, the ...

                                               

2005–06 A-League

The 2005–06 A-League was the 29th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the inaugural season of the A-League. After over 12 months without a national professional club competition since the close of the 2003–04 National Soccer League seas ...

                                               

2006–07 A-League

The 2006–07 A-League was the 30th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the second season of the A-League since its establishment the previous season. Football Federation Australia hoped to build on the success of the first season and on ...

                                               

2010–11 A-League

The 2010–11 A-League was the 34th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the sixth season of the Australian A-League soccer competition since its establishment in 2004. The home and away season began on 5 August 2010 and concluded on 13 Fe ...

                                               

2011–12 A-League

The 2011–12 A-League was the 35th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the seventh season of the Australian A-League soccer competition since its establishment in 2004. At the end of the previous season, the North Queensland Fury were cu ...

                                               

2012–13 A-League

The 2012–13 A-League was the 36th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the eighth season of the Australian A-League since its establishment in 2004. The 2012–13 season saw the introduction of a new Western Sydney-based team, the return o ...

                                               

2013–14 A-League

The 2013–14 A-League was the 37th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the ninth of the A-League since its establishment in 2004. The season began on 11 October 2013, with Western Sydney Wanderers as the defending A-League Premiers and C ...

                                               

2014–15 A-League

The 2014–15 A-League was the 38th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the 10th season of the A-League since its establishment in 2004. Brisbane Roar were both the defending A-League Premiers and Champions. The regular season commenced o ...

                                               

2015–16 A-League

The 2015–16 A-League was the 39th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the 11th since the establishment of the A-League in 2004. Melbourne Victory were both the defending A-League Premiers and Champions. The regular season schedule was r ...

                                               

2016–17 A-League

The 2016–17 A-League was the 40th season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the 12th since the establishment of the A-League in 2004. The season began on 7 October 2016. Adelaide was how to protect a-League Premiers and Champions. In 2017, th ...

                                               

2017–18 A-League

The 2017–18 A-League was the 41st season of top-flight soccer in Australia, and the 13th since the establishment of the A-League in 2004. The season began on 6 October 2017 and ended with the Grand Final on 5 May 2018.

                                               

Henan Huishang F.F.C.

Henan Huishang Female Football Club is a Chinese womens football club that currently participating in the Chinese Womens Super League. The team is based in Zhengzhou, Henan.

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