Houston Summit

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For the Houston arena once known as The Summit, see Lakewood Church Central Campus.

Houston Summit were a professional indoor soccer team that operated from 1978–1980. They played in the original Major Indoor Soccer League.[1] In 1980, the franchise was moved to Baltimore to become the Baltimore Blast. Their roster mainly included players from the Houston NASL, the Houston Hurricane.[2] During the two seasons that the Summit played in Houston the average home attendance was 2,749. The team was named for its home arena.

Yearly Awards[edit]

MISL Championships

  • runner-up: (1979–80)

MISL Division Championships

  • (1979–80)

MISL Coach Of The Year

MISL Goalkeeper of the Year

MISL All-Star Team


Season Record Regular Season Playoffs
1978–79 18-6 1st Lost Semifinals to Philadelphia Fever
1979–80 20-12 1st, Central Division Lost MISL Finals to New York Arrows


  1. ^ Conway, Joe (January 30, 2006). "Can 1836 be a hit where other soccer teams have missed?". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved September 20, 2014. 
  2. ^ www.sover.net