Oklahoma City Spirit

The Oklahoma City Spirit was an American soccer club based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma that was a member of the Lone Star Soccer Alliance.[1] The team was formed by head coach Brian Harvey and assistant Coach West Harmmon. Brian's first priority was to signed two former OCU standouts. He signed Richard Benigno and Manny Uceda. Ironically Uceda and Benigno brought the Spirit its first championship that year. In the Championship game Uceda scored the first goal to give the Spirit the only goal they needed. Later in the game Benigno added and insurance goal making it 2-0 and minutes later Uceda added his second goal of the night making the final score 3-0. The Original team was composed of OCU, SNU and OCC players.

Oklahoma City Spirit
Full nameOklahoma City Spirit Football Club
Nickname(s)"Okie Spirits"
GroundOklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
1990 N/A LSSA 2nd, Northern Champion Did not enter
1991 N/A LSSA 3rd, Northern Did not qualify Did not enter
1992 N/A LSSA 2nd, Northern Playoffs Did not enter


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

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