Calgary Boomers

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Calgary Boomers
Calgary boomers logo.png
Full name Calgary Boomers
Nickname(s) Boomers
Founded 1980
Dissolved 1981
Stadium McMahon Stadium
Stampede Corral (indoor)
Chairman Nelson Skalbania
Manager Al Miller
League North American Soccer League

The Calgary Boomers were a professional soccer team, that competed in the North American Soccer League during the 1980–81 NASL Indoor season and outdoors in the 1981 season, after which they folded. They were owned by Nelson Skalbania, a Canadian businessman who moved the Memphis Rogues to Calgary, Alberta after the 1980 season.


  • United States Al Miller; Manager 1980-1981
  • Canada David Davies (Coach)

1981 Roster[edit]


Year League W L Pts Regular Season Playoffs
1980-81 NASL Indoor 10 8 3rd, Northern Division Did not qualify
1981 NASL 17 15 151 2nd, Northwest Division Lost 1st Round (Ft. Lauderdale)

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