New Bedford Whalers

New Bedford Whalers

New Bedford Whalers

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New Bedford Whalers was the name of three United States soccer teams based in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The first Whalers played in the Southern New England Soccer League between 1914 and 1918. The second Whalers played in the American Soccer League between 1924 and 1931 before merging into Fall River F.C.. The third Whalers were then formed when Fall River merged with New York Yankees. They played in the ASL between 1931 and 1932.

New Bedford Whalers I

The first Whalers originally played as New Bedford F.C. and played inthe Southern New England Soccer League between 1914 and 1918. They first played used the Whalers name in 1915. This team finished as league champions in both 1915 and 1917. Other teams in the league included Fall River Rovers .

New Bedford Whalers II

In 1924 a second New Bedford Whalers, formed by former members of Fall River Rovers, joined the American Soccer League . In both 1926 and 1928 they finished as runners-up in the league and quickly developed a rivalry with Fall River Marksmen Soccer in a Football World - The Story of America’s Forgotten Game (2006) : David Wangerin . In 1926 the second Whalers won their only major trophy when they defeated New York Giants 5-4 in a two game series to win the Lewis Cup. 1926 also saw the Whalers play in the one-off 1926 International Soccer League season which featured teams from both the United States...
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