Seattle Sounders (1974–1983)

Seattle Sounders (1974–1983)

Seattle Sounders (1974–1983)

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The Seattle Sounders were a U.S. professional soccer team based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1974, the team belonged to the North American Soccer League where it played both indoor and outdoor soccer. The team folded after the 1983 NASL outdoor season.


The Sounders played at Memorial Stadium for their first two seasons before moving to the Kingdome. On April 25, 1976, 58,218 watched the Seattle Sounders and the New York Cosmos in the first sports event held in the Kingdome.

From 1979 to 1982, they competed in three NASL Indoor campaigns, playing their home games at Seattle Center Coliseum.


The Seattle Sounders were supported by the "Seattle Sounders Booster Club" in the 1970's and early 1980's.



  • National Conference Champion -1977 (NASL)
  • Top of the Table -1980 (NASL)
  • Western Division Champion -1980 (NASL)
  • Trans-Atlantic Challenge Cup Champion -1981
  • Western Division Champion -1982 (NASL)
  • Europac Cup Winners -1982


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