Houston Alianza

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Houston Alianza
Full name Houston Alianza International Soccer Team.
Nickname(s) "Alianza."
Founded 1987.
Dissolved 1992.
Ground Houston, Texas, US.

The Houston Alianza, also known as Allianza Internacional, was an American soccer club based in Houston, Texas that was a member of the Lone Star Soccer Alliance from 1988 to 1991.

History[edit]

Alianza began as an Hispanic All-Star team from the Houston Soccer Association.[1] The team entered the LSSA for the 1988 season and continued to exist until folding before the 1992 season.[2] During its early existence, Victor Delgadillo managed the team which was composed of several ex-professionals from Mexico and Central America who now played strictly as amateurs.[3]

Year-by-year[edit]

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
1988 N/A LSSA 4th Playoffs Did not enter
1989 N/A LSSA 5th Did not qualify Did not enter
1990 N/A LSSA 3rd, Southern Did not qualify Did not enter
1991 N/A LSSA 2nd, Southern Playoffs Did not enter

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goal Rush – Adults and youths, men and women get a kick out of amateur soccer Houston Chronicle – Thursday, May 5, 1988
  2. ^ "Sports Briefs". Houston Chronicle. Houston, TX. June 13, 1987. 
  3. ^ Soccer clubs build for now, future Houston Chronicle – Friday, June 23, 1989

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