1980 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season

The 1980 Fort Lauderdale Strikers season was the fourth season of the Fort Lauderdale Striker’s team, and the club’s fourteenth season in professional soccer. This year the team made it to the finals of North American Soccer League by reaching the Soccer Bowl. They were this year’s Runners-up.

Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1980 football season
Fort Lauderdale Strikers
1980 season
Owner Elizabeth Robbie
General manager Bob Lemieux[1](fired Oct. 14)
Tim Robbie
Manager Cor van der Hart
Stadium Lockhart Stadium
NASL Division:Second Place
NASL Championship: Finalist
Top goalscorer League:
Teófilo Cubillas
Gerd Müller
(14 goals)

All:
Teófilo Cubillas
(18 goals)
Average home league attendance 14,360
 1979–80 Strikers (indoor)
1980–81 Strikers (indoor) 

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Fort Lauderdale finished their preseason exhibition schedule with one victory over an NCAA Division II squad, and two draws versus Peruvian First Division teams, three losses against NASL clubs and one loss to an NCAA Division II team.[2][3] In April after the NASL season had begun, the Strikers easily handled the Miami Hurricanes and the junior side, Calry Bohemian FC, of Sligo, Ireland.[4][5] They later fell to visiting Sunderland A.F.C. in a midseason friendly in May.

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