1971 Washington Darts season

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Washington Darts
1971 season
Chairman William Cousins Jr.
Manager Norman Sutherland
NASL Southern Division: Third place
Top goalscorer League:
United States Carlos Metidieri
(19 goals)
All:
United States Carlos Metidieri
(19 goals)
Home colors
Away colors

The 1971 Washington Darts season was the second season of the team in the North American Soccer League, and the club's fifth season in professional soccer. This year, the team finished in third place of the Southern Division and did not qualify for the playoffs. At the end of the year, the club folded the team and moved to Miami, fielding a new team known as the Miami Gatos for the 1972 season.

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Competitions[edit]

NASL regular season[edit]

W = Wins, L = Losses, T= Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, PT= point system

6 points for a win, 3 points for a tie, 0 points for a loss, 1 point for each goal scored up to three per game.

Northern Division W L T GF GA PT
Rochester Lancers 13 5 6 48 31 141
New York Cosmos 9 10 5 51 55 117
Toronto Metros 5 10 9 32 47 89
Montreal Olympique 4 15 5 29 59 65
Southern Division W L T GF GA PT
Atlanta Chiefs 12 7 5 35 29 120
Dallas Tornado 10 6 8 38 24 119
Washington Darts 8 6 10 36 34 111
St. Louis Stars 6 13 5 37 47 86

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NASL Playoffs[edit]

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Transfers[edit]

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