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San Diego Jaws

San Diego Jaws
Full name San Diego Jaws
Founded 1976
Dissolved 1976
Stadium Aztec Bowl,
San Diego, California
League North American Soccer League

The San Diego Jaws were a soccer team based out of San Diego, California that played in the North American Soccer League. They only lasted one year, 1976. Their home field was the Aztec Bowl, San Diego State University's home. The team colors were Black and Gold. Previous to San Diego, the team played as the Baltimore Comets. After the year, they became the Las Vegas Quicksilvers and later the San Diego Sockers.[1][2]

Year-by-year

Year League W L T Pts Reg. Season Playoffs
1976 NASL indoor 0 2 0 3rd, West Regional Did not qualify
1976 NASL 9 15 82 5th, Pacific Conference, Southern Division Did not qualify

References

  1. ^ Salazar, Jo-Ryan (July 26, 2010). "The San Diego Sockers: A Legacy Renewed".  
  2. ^ Brents, Phillip (December 29, 2010). "Time to re-connect between Sockers, old and new".  

External links

  • San Diego Jaws on FunWhileItLasted.net


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