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Team Hawaii

Team Hawaii
Logo
Full name Team Hawaii
Nickname(s) none
Founded 1977
Dissolved 1977
Stadium Aloha Stadium
Ground Capacity 50,000
Manager Hubert Vogelsinger
Charlie Mitchell
League North American Soccer League

Team Hawaii was a soccer team based out of Honolulu that played in the NASL. The team only lasted one year, 1977. Their home field was Aloha Stadium. Previous to Hawai'i, the team played as the San Antonio Thunder. After leaving Hawai'i, the franchise became known as the Tulsa Roughnecks.

Contents

  • 1977 Roster 1
  • Year-by-year 2
  • External links 3
  • Notes 4

1977 Roster

Last updated 20 April 2009.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
0 GK Jimmy Joerg
1 GK Peter Fox
2 DF Chris Carenza
3 DF Ismael Moreira
3 DF Dave Stahl
4 DF Mark Stahl
5 DF Charlie Mitchell
6 DF Peter Nover
7 DF Tommy Taylor
8 DF Keith Coleman
11 DF Axel Neumann
13 DF Ed Pitney
21 DF Tim Hunter
No. Position Player
9 MF Jim Henry
10 MF Diamantino Costa
10 MF Ben Smith
19 MF Pat Holland
11 MF Chris Dangerfield
14 FW Victor Kodelja
15 FW Dan Counce
16 FW Brian Tinnon
17 FW Bert Bowery
18 FW Yilmaz Orhan
20 FW Hilary Carlyle

Year-by-year

Year League W L T Pts Reg. Season Playoffs Attendance
1977 NASL 11 15 106 4th, Pacific Conference, Southern Division Did not qualify 4,543

External links

  • Team Hawaii on FunWhileItLasted.net

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.nasljerseys.com/Rosters/TeamHawaii_Rosters.htm


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