Dallas Inter

The Dallas Express was an American soccer club based in Dallas, Texas that was a member of the Lone Star Soccer Alliance.

The team began its existence as the Dallas Mean Green, a local, unaffiliated team which competed at the amateur level. In 1984, it won the National Amateur Cup. In 1987, The Mean Green entered the Lone Star Soccer Alliance under the name Dallas Express.[1] They resumed their original name the next season, but in 1989, became known as F.C. Dallas. In their final season, the team was known as Dallas Inter.

1988 Amateur Cup Championship team George Martin, Richie Cunningham, Dejan Perge, Gilbert Perez, Robert Dobrient, Billy Burnett, Stefan Hiller, Russ Finks, Armin Melo, Adam Tibbets, Rusty Troy. Coach- Dick Hall


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs Amateur Cup National Cup
1984 N/A N/A N/A N/A Champion
1985 N/A N/A N/A N/A
1986 N/A N/A N/A N/A
1987 N/A LSSA 1st Champion (no playoff) Semifinal

National Amateur Cup Champions

N/A LSSA 1st Champion Champion Semifinal
1989 N/A LSSA 1st Final Quarterfinal
1990 N/A LSSA 1st, Northern Final Semifinal
1991 N/A LSSA 1st, Northern Champion First round
1992 N/A LSSA 1st, Southern Champion Quarterfinal


  1. "Sports Briefs". Houston Chronicle. Houston, TX. June 13, 1987.

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