List of Richmond Kickers seasons

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A panorama of a medium sized former college football stadium.
The Kicker play at City Stadium in Richmond, Virgina, and has played in the stadium its entire existence. The stadium is pictured in 2007.

The Richmond Kickers are an American professional soccer club based in Richmond, Virginia that compete in the USL Professional Division (USL Pro), the third division in the United States. Founded in 1993, the club has had several spells in the second, third and fourth tiers of American soccer. Since 2006, the club has played in whichever league has represented the third division in American soccer.

The Kickers have reached eight league championships in their existence, winning three total; two in the third division and one in the fourth division. In 2005, the Kickers lost to the Seattle Sounders in the USL First Division championship, to determine the second division champion that season, making it the strongest season performance in club history. The Kickers have won the U.S. Open Cup once in their history, winning the 1995 edition of the tournament. Their next best Open Cup performance was in 2011, when the Kickers reached the semifinals of the tournament, defeating two MLS sides in the process.

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Third place Wooden Spoon

Seasons[edit]

Year Regular season Position Playoffs US Open
Cup
North America / Other Top scorer Goals
League Div. GP W L T GF GA Pts Conf. Overall
1993 USISL 3 16 8 8 30 30 78 4th 20th Div. SF
1994
1995
1996 USISL SL 3 18 10 8 34 24 28 2nd 9th RU Cup Winners Cup [A]
1997 A-League 2 28 15 13 41 35 45 3rd 8th Div. SF R3
1998 A-League 2 28 21 7 48 22 57 1st 3rd Conf. SF
1999 A-League 2 28 17 11 51 44 69 2nd 11th Conf. QF
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 USL-2 3 20 9 5 6 25 20 33 2nd RU R3
2011 USL Pro 3 24 12 7 5 35 21 41 3rd 3rd Div. F SF
2012 USL Pro 3 24 11 8 5 31 27 38 4th R1 R3

References[edit]

General
Notes
A ^ : The 1996 CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup was abandon.[1]
Citations
  1. ^ "Recopa CONCACAF 1996". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. RSSSF.com. Retrieved September 27, 2012.