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Sports In Baltimore, Maryland - Professional Teams - Defunct or Relocated Teams - Soccer
... Baltimore Bays – North American Soccer League (1967–1969) Baltimore Blast – Major Soccer League (1980–1992) National Professional Soccer League (1992-2001), named Baltimore ...
Sebastián Flores - Career
... Sebastian Nicolas Flores began his young soccer career at C.A ... Bella Vista, team that had been regulated to the First Division of the Uruguay League, it was a that point in which he declared himself as a professional soccer player in ... Sebastian Flores would be transferred to Salernitana Calcio, of the Serie C1 of the Italian League ...
Leroy De Leon
... Trinidad and Tobago football striker who played in the North American Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League ... he signed with the New York Generals of the National Professional Soccer League ... In 1968, the NPSL merged with the United Soccer Association to form the North American Soccer League ...
Sports In Baltimore - Professional Teams - Defunct or Relocated Teams - Soccer
... Baltimore Bays – North American Soccer League (1967–1969) Baltimore Blast – Major Soccer League (1980–1992) National Professional Soccer League (1992-2001), named ...
Sterling Wescott - Professional
... That fall, he signed with the Wichita Wings of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) ... he played for the Colorado Foxes of the USISL A-League ... From 1999 to 2000, Wescott played for the Utah Freezz in the World Indoor Soccer League ...

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