Team Hawaii played one season in the old North American Soccer League (NASL). Founded as the San Antonio Thunder in 1975, the team arrived in Honolulu in 1977. Their home pitch was Aloha Stadium. Shortly after the end of the season, the team moved to Tulsa to become the Roughnecks.
Aloha Stadium opened in 1975 as replacement for old Honolulu Stadium. The facility was home to U of H football, the World Football League's Hawaiians (1975), the minor league baseball...
Often misidentified as the Honolulu Hawaiians, this charter member of the World Football League (WFL) was known simply as The Hawaiians. Though crowds were small, the team avoided many of the...
The World Football League (WFL) kicked off in July of 1974 as a rival to the established National Football League (NFL). At first, it seemed like it would be a...
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