NASL Final 1974
|Penalty Shoot-out 5-3|
|Date||August 25, 1974|
|Venue||Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida|
NASL Final 1974 was the North American Soccer League's postseason championship game of the 1974 season. The event was contested in a single-game match between the Los Angeles Aztecs and the Miami Toros. The match was held on August 25, 1974 at the Orange Bowl, in Miami, Florida. The teams played to a 3–3 draw, and after a short break the game moved directly to a penalty shoot-out. Los Angeles won the shoot-out 5–3, and were crowned the 1974 NASL champions.
The Los Angeles Aztecs qualified for the playoffs by virtue of winning the Western Division with 110 points. The point total earned them a quarterfinal bye in the playoffs. The Aztecs defeated the Northern Division champion Boston Minutemen, 2–0 in a semifinal game played on August 17, 1974 to advance to the finals.
The Miami Toros qualified for the playoffs by virtue of winning the Eastern Division with 107 points. They were also given a quarterfinal bye in the playoffs. The Toros defeated the Central Division champion Dallas Tornado, 3–1 in a semifinal game played on August 17, 1974 to advance to the finals.
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|Los Angeles Aztecs||3–3||Miami Toros|
|de Rienzo 26' (pen.)
Sharp 48' (pen.)
Moraldo 72' (o.g.)
1974 NASL Champions: Los Angeles Aztecs
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