1969 Washington Darts season

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Washington Darts
1969 season
Chairman William Cousins Jr.
Manager Norman Sutherland
ASL Southern Division: First place
ASL Championship:Winners
Home colors
Away colors

The 1969 Washington Darts season was the second season of the team in the American Soccer League, and the club's third season in professional soccer. This year, the team earned first place in the Southern Division and made it into the championship game known as the ASL Final. They were this year's champions. It would be the last year of the club in the ASL as it joined the North American Soccer league in the following year with a new team under the same name in 1970.

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Competitions[edit]

ASL regular season[edit]

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ASL Playoffs[edit]

League standings[edit]

                          G    W   T   L   GF  GA  PTS
    Northern Division
Syracuse Scorpions         20  12   5   3   53  26   29
Rochester Lancers          20  12   5   3   41  18   29
Boston Astros              20   5   0  15   24  48   10
New York Inter             20   2   4  14   20  44    8
    Southern Division
Washington Darts           20  14   5   1   46  11   33
Philadelphia Spartans      20   7   5   8   26  32   19
Philadelphia Ukrainians    20   7   5   8   27  38   19
Newark Ukrainian Sitch     20   6   1  13   34  54   13
Runoff:  Syracuse defeated Rochester 2-1.
CHAMPION:  Washington defeated Syracuse, 2-0, 2-0.

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