Colorado Foxes

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The Colorado Foxes were a professional soccer team, based in Commerce City, Colorado, that played in the APSL (later the A-League) between 1990 and 1997. The Foxes won two APSL titles, in 1992 and 1993. When Major League Soccer started and the Colorado Rapids became the region's premier team, the Foxes tried to stay afloat for two years, before relocating, becoming the San Diego Flash. Players that played for the Foxes and then went on to play in MLS include Marcelo Balboa, Robin Fraser, Brian Haynes, Chad Ashton, Tom Soehn, Ted Eck and Mark Dodd.

Year-by-year[edit]

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs Open Cup Avg. Attendance
1990 1 APSL 2nd, WSL North Semifinals Did not enter
1991 1 APSL 3rd, Western Did not qualify Did not enter
1992 1 APSL 1st Champion Did not enter
1993 1 APSL 2nd Champion Did not enter
1994 2 APSL 4th Final Did not enter 3,540
1995 2 A-League 5th Did not qualify Quarterfinals 5,896
1996 2 A-League 2nd Semifinals 2nd Round 4,200
1997 2 USISL A-League 4th, Pacific Division Semifinals Did not enter 983