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Pensacola Flyers


Pensacola Flyers
Pensacola Flyers logo
Full name Pensacola Flyers
Founded 1997 (as Tupelo Hound Dogs)
Dissolved 1998
Stadium Pensacola Civic Center
Pensacola, Florida
Ground Capacity 8,150
League Eastern Indoor Soccer League

The Pensacola Flyers were an indoor soccer team based in Pensacola, Florida. They played their games in the Pensacola Civic Center. They were members of the Eastern Indoor Soccer League and played only during the 1998 season. During the 1997 season, the team played in Tupelo, Mississippi as the Tupelo Hound Dogs.[1] During their existence, the Flyers/Hound Dogs played a total of 52 games, winning 23, one via shootout, and losing 31, one via shootout. They scored a total of 675 goals and allowed a total of 732 goals and notched 66 total points in standings out of a possible 156 points.[1]

History

1997 season

The Tupelo Hound Dogs finished 5th overall in the 7 team league. They finished with a record of 12 wins, 12 losses, and 1 shootout win for 35 points.[1]

1998 season

The Pensacola Flyers finished 6th overall in the 7 team league, ahead of only the Savannah Rug Ratz. They finished the season with a record of 10 wins, 18 losses and 1 shootout loss for 30 points.[1]

Former players

References

  1. ^ a b c d EISL page on USA Soccer Archives
  2. ^ Denver Dynamite roster
  3. ^ JCJC Soccer Coaches

External links

  • Pensacola Flyers
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