|Full name||The Winnipeg Fury Soccer Club|
|Ground||University Stadium (University of Manitoba), Winnipeg Stadium|
|Capacity||University Stadium - 5,000; Winnipeg Stadium - 32,946|
|League||Canadian Soccer League (1987-1992); Canadian National Soccer League (1993)|
The Winnipeg Fury were a professional soccer team in Winnipeg. It was founded by Ralph Cantafio, who served as Team President and Chairman of the Board. The team was part of the Canadian Soccer League from 1987 to 1992. The Fury belonged to the former Canadian National Soccer League for 1993. Winnipeg Blue Bombers placekicker Troy Westwood played for the team in the late 1980s.
The Fury won the final CSL championship, defeating the Vancouver 86ers in goals aggregrate 3-1 in the two game series in 1992 season.
Post CSL year
The Fury went on to join the former Canadian National Soccer League, but only for the 1993 season.
Soccer returned to Winnipeg in 2011 with the WSA (World Soccer Academy) joining the USSF Professional Development League (PDL).
|1987||1||CSL||4th, West||Did not qualify|
|1989||1||CSL||4th, West||Did not qualify|
|1991||1||CSL||8th||Did not qualify|
- "The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame & Museum". www.halloffame.mb.ca. Retrieved 2010-07-23.
- "Winnipeg Fury" (PDF). Retrieved 30 December 2010.
- Litterer, David A. (2008-03-08). "RSSSF : Canada - Canadian National Soccer League". Retrieved 2009-06-01.
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