Millville Football & Athletic Club

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Millville Football & Athletic Club
Founded 1921
Folded 1928
Based in Millville, New Jersey
League Independent
Team history Millville Football & Athletic Club
(1921-c1928)
Team colors Blue, White
         
Nickname(s) Big Blue
Head coaches Mickey Hummel
General managers Virgil Johnson
Owner(s) Millville Football & Athletic Club
Other League Championship wins New Jersey Championship:
1923, 1925
Home field(s) MSAA Field

Millville Football & Athletic Club also known as the Millville Big Blue was a professional football team based in Millville, New Jersey from 1921 until around 1928. The team won the mythical "Pro Football Championship of New Jersey" in 1923 and again in 1925.

At end of the 1925, several members of the Big Blue traveled to Florida to play a series of exhibition games. After a game against the Tampa Cardinals, a team put together by the legendary Jim Thorpe, they took the name Haven-Villa of Winter Haven. During their time in Florida, the Big Blue comprised a 5-0-1 record.

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