Arizona Condors

The Arizona Condors was an American soccer team founded in 1989 as a member of the Western Soccer League. The team folded following the 1990 season.

Arizona Condors
GroundMesa Community College
Mesa, Arizona
OwnerTony Colecki
Head CoachAdrian Webster
LeagueWestern Soccer Alliance (1989)
American Professional Soccer League (1990)


In January 1989, the amateur Arizona Condors entered the Western Soccer League as an expansion team. Playing their home games at Mesa Community College, the team finished the season at 5–11, but did place forward Mark Kerlin on the All Star team. In 1990, the WSL merged with the American Soccer League to form the fully professional American Professional Soccer League.[1] The Condors finished the 1990 season at 5–15 and folded. After the Condors folded, much of the team moved to the Phoenix Hearts of the USISL.[2]


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs Open Cup
1989 N/A WSA 4th, South Did not qualify Did not enter
1990 N/A APSL 6th, WSL South Did not qualify Did not enter


  1. GOING PRO ALL WSL TEAMS WILL BE PAYING PLAYERS NEXT SEASON San Jose Mercury News (CA) – Saturday, July 22, 1989
  2. Amigos look to continue momentum The Arizona Daily Star – Saturday, May 25, 1991

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