Chicago Power

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Chicago Power
Chicago Power
Full name Chicago Power
Founded 1988
Dissolved 1996
Stadium UIC PavilionRosemont Horizon
Ground Capacity 8,378
Owner Ron Bergstrom
League National Professional Soccer League
American Indoor Soccer Association
Tim O'Brien (goaltender 1994-96)

The Chicago Power were an indoor soccer club based in Chicago, Illinois that competed in the American Indoor Soccer Association and National Professional Soccer League.

After the 1995/96 season, the team became the Edmonton Drillers.


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs Avg. Attendance
1988/89 N/A AISA 3rd Final
1989/90 N/A AISA 3rd, National 1st Round 3,602
1990/91 N/A NPSL 1st, National Champions 2,459
1991/92 N/A NPSL 1st, National Semifinals 4,612
1992/93 N/A NPSL 3rd, National 1st Round 4,909
1993/94 N/A NPSL 5th, National Did not qualify 4,515
1994/95 N/A NPSL 6th, National Did not qualify 3,333
1995/96 N/A NPSL 6th, National Did not qualify 2,847