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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 - 1987-88
Before the season, San Diego, Chicago, New York, and Minnesota rejoined the league from the NASL. Memphis moved to Las Vegas and New Jersey moved to Dallas.
G W L % GB
Eastern Division
Minnesota Strikers 56 31 25 .554 --
Cleveland Force 56 30 26 .536 1
Dallas Sidekicks 56 28 28 .500 3
Baltimore Blast 56 25 31 .446 6
Chicago Sting 56 24 32 .429 7
 
Western Division
San Diego Sockers 56 42 14 .750 --
Los Angeles Lasers 56 31 25 .554 11
Kansas City Comets 56 29 27 .518 13
Tacoma Stars 56 23 23 .500 19
Wichita Wings 56 21 26 .437 15
St. Louis Steamers 56 18 38 .321 24

Div. Semi-Finals: Minnesota defeated Baltimore, 5-3, 4-2, 1-5, 9-4
Cleveland defeated Dallas, 3-2, 3-6, 5-4 (2OT), 5-2
Kansas City defeated Los Angeles, 9-6, 4-2, 7-5
San Diego defeated Tacoma, 6-2, 3-4 (OT), 7-2, 7-6
Div. Finals: Cleveland defeated Minnesota, 7-3, 0-7, 5-4, 5-2, 7-2
San Diego defeated Kansas City,
4-5, 5-4, 6-7(OT), 3-7, 7-1, 6-1, 8-5
CHAMPIONSHIP: San Diego defeated Cleveland, 6-5(OT), 6-1, 3-2, 7-4.
After the season, Chicago, Tacoma, Cleveland, St. Louis and Minnesota 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.