1982 American Soccer League

Statistics of American Soccer League II in season 1982.

American Soccer League
-1982 Season-
Season1982
ChampionsDetroit Express
PremiersDetroit Express
Top goalscorerAndy Chapman (23)
1981
1983

League standings

RankTeamGWDLGFGAPTS
1Detroit Express2819453759144
2Oklahoma City Slickers2819365842138
3Georgia Generals2812495540115
4Carolina Lightnin'2811413374599
5Rochester Flash2810215485384
6Pennsylvania Stoners288513344481
7Nashville Diamonds283421256741

Playoffs

1st Round

Higher Seed Aggregate Lower Seed First leg Second leg Attendance
Carolina Lightnin'6–2Rochester Flash3–13–1September 3 • Memorial Stadium • 3,703[1]
September 8 • Holleder Memorial Stadium • 2,654[2]
Georgia GeneralsforfeitPennsylvania Stonersxx(Pennsylvania forfeits series)

Semi-Finals

Higher seed Series Lower seed Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Attendance
Oklahoma City Slickers2–0Carolina Lightnin'1–1 (4–3)3–0xSeptember 10 • Memorial Stadium • 3,855[3]
September 12 • Taft Stadium • 3,500[4]
Detroit Express2–0Georgia Generals2–12–2 (4–5)1–0September 7 • DeKalb Memorial Stadium • 500[5]
September 8 • Pontiac Silverdome • 400[6]
September 9 • Pontiac Silverdome • 800[7]

ASL Championship

Higher seed Series Lower seed Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Attendance
Detroit Express2–1Oklahoma City Slickers1–32–04–1September 18 • Pontiac Silverdome • 10,638[8]
September 19 • Taft Stadium • 7,500[9]
September 22 • Pontiac Silverdome • 23,726[10]

References

  1. Lewis, Michael (September 4, 1982). "Lightnin' strikes down Flash in playoff opener, 3-1". Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. p. 1D. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  2. Lewis, Michael (September 9, 1982). "The Lightnin' Strikes; 2 goals in 4 minutes eliminate Flash, 3-1". Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. p. 1D. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  3. "Slickers Use Tiebreaker for 2-1 Win". Daily Oklahoman. September 13, 1982. p. 31. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  4. Perovich, Kathy (September 13, 1982). "Slickers Blank Lightnin'". Daily Oklahoman. p. 13. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  5. Stimson, Thomas M. (September 9, 1982). "Generals roughed up in 2-0 loss to Express". Atlanta Constitution. p. 2-D. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  6. Pepper, Jon (September 9, 1982). "Express' loss knots playoffs". Detroit Free Press. p. 2D. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  7. Pepper, Jon (September 10, 1982). "Express roll into finals with last-second win, 1-0". Detroit Free Press. p. 1F. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  8. "Scoreboard". Daily Oklahoman. September 19, 1982. p. 12. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  9. Perovich, Kathy (September 20, 1982). "Express Shakes 2–0 Win Out of Slickers". Daily Oklahoman. p. 13. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
  10. Pepper, Jon (September 23, 1982). "Express bring Detroit a title". Detroit Free Press. p. 1D. Retrieved August 6, 2018.
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