|Full name||Washington Whips|
|Stadium||District of Columbia Stadium|
|League||United Soccer Association
North American Soccer League
|1968||2nd, Atlantic Division|
The Washington Whips were a soccer team based in Washington, D.C. that played in the United Soccer Association. The league was made up of teams imported from foreign leagues. The Washington Whips were the Aberdeen F.C. from Scotland.
Following the 1967 season, the USA merged with the National Professional Soccer League to form the North American Soccer League with the teams from the former USA having to create their rosters from scratch. Their home field was RFK Stadium. The team's owner was Earl Foreman, later owner of the Virginia Squires of the American Basketball Association and president of the original Major Indoor Soccer League. Edward T. Reynolds was the booth announcer for the club prior to the merger.
|1967||USA||5||2||5||15||1st, Eastern Division||Runners Up|
|1968||NASL||15||10||7||167||2nd, Atlantic Division||Did not qualify|
- Dave Litterer: American Soccer History Archives (per 6.2.2012)
- Dave Morrison: Washington Whips, North American Soccer League Rosters (per 6.2.2012)
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