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The Providence Clamdiggers was a member of the American Soccer League. They were renamed the Providence Gold Bugs before the spring half of the 1928/29 season. The club won the American Soccer Association Cup in 1929.
After the fall 1930 season, the club was bought and became the Fall River F.C.
In the fall of 1929, the team installed lights at its field, allowing for night games.
|Year||Division||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||U.S. Open Cup|
|1924/25||1||ASL||6th||No playoff||Did not enter|
|1925/26||1||ASL||5th||No playoff||First round|
|1927/28||1||ASL||7th (1st half); 6th (2nd half)||Did not qualify||Second round|
|1928/29||1||ASL||4th (1st half); 2nd (2nd half)||No playoff||Did not enter|
|Fall 1929||1||ASL||2nd||No playoff||N/A|
|1930||1||ACL (ASL)||4th (Spring); 6th (Fall)||No playoff||Second round|
- League Champion
- Runner Up (1): 1929
- Winner (1): 1929
- Sam Fletcher: 1924-1929
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