1993 Richmond Kickers season

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The 1993 Richmond Kickers season was the inaugural season for the club. In their first season of competitive soccer, the Kickers played in the United States Interregional Soccer League, which at the time served as the third division of the American soccer pyramid. The Kickers played their first season on the campus of the University of Richmond at the site of the former East Market Stadium.

In the inaugural season the Kickers played in the Atlantic Division, where they finished in fourth place in the division, qualifying for the play-in round of the playoffs. Richmond defeated the Charleston Battery, who would eventually become bitter rivals with the team, as they were some of the few surviving clubs from the early 90s, in the play-in round, before eventually losing to the Greensboro Dynamo in the divisional semifinals of the playoffs.[1]

Competitions[edit]

USISL Regular Season[edit]

USISL Playoffs[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Litterer, David. "United Soccer Leagues Statistical History, Part 1 (1986-1994)". The American Soccer History Archives. Homepages.Sover.net. Retrieved April 18, 2013.