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NASL II
Minnesota Stars/
Minnesota Stars FC
2011-Present
USSF D2
NSC Minnesota
2010
USISL/USL:
1990-2009
Thunder
Early 1990-1994
1994-2009
MISL: 1984-1988
Strikers
Minnesota Strikers page of the Dallas Sidekicks Historical Archive
NASL I: 1976-1984
Kicks
Developmental
1997-2001
Twin Cities Tornado
Team Ownership
 
History of Professional Soccer in Minnesota
 
Major Indoor Soccer League, 1978-1992
 
Minnesota Strikers - 1986-87
Before the season, New York was reactivated and changed its name to Express.
G W L % GB
Eastern Division
Cleveland Force 52 34 18 .654 --
Baltimore Blast 52 33 19 .635 1
Dallas Sidekicks 52 28 24 .538 6
Minnesota Strikers 52 26 26 .500 8
Chicago Sting 52 23 29 .442 11
New York Express 26 3 23 .115 --
 
Western Division
Tacoma Stars 52 35 17 .673 --
Kansas City Comets 52 28 24 .538 7
San Diego Sockers 52 27 25 .519 8
Wichita Wings 52 27 25 .519 8
St. Louis Steamers 52 19 33 .365 16
Los Angeles Lasers 52 16 36 .308 19

Div. Semi-Finals: Cleveland def. Minnesota, 4-5(OT), 7-6, 6-5(OT), 4-5,7-3
Dallas def. Baltimore, 2-3, 7-6, 2-3(OT), 4-3(OT),7-4
San Diego defeated. Kansas City, 5-4(OT), 1-5, 7-9, 5-2, 9-5
Tacoma defeated Wichita, 9-7, 9-1, 3-10, 2-6, 4-2
Semifinals: Dallas defeated Cleveland, 3-5, 9-6, 5-2, 9-4
Tacoma defeated San Diego, 5-6, 7-2, 3-2, 2-6, 5-6, 4-3, 8-5
CHAMPIONSHIP: Dallas defeated Tacoma,
4-10, 4-7, 5-3, 6-5, 3-5, 5-4(2 OT), 4-3(OT)
During the season, New York folded.
Data Sources:

US Soccer History Archives maintained by Dave Litterer, the most complete online source of information on the NASL, MISL and the USISL.