Football clubs similar to or like Minnesota Thunder

American professional soccer team based in Minnesota, United States. Wikipedia

  • Minnesota United FC (2010–2016)

    American professional soccer team based in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area in Minnesota. Founded in 2010 as NSC Minnesota and later known as Minnesota Stars FC, the team played in the North American Soccer League (NASL), a professional league sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation. Wikipedia

  • Minnesota Lightning

    American women’s soccer team, founded in 2006. Member of the United Soccer Leagues W-League, the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada. Wikipedia

  • Sports in Minnesota

    Sports in Minnesota include professional teams in all major sports, Olympic Games contenders and medalists, especially in the Winter Olympics, collegiate teams in major and small-school conferences and associations and active amateur teams and individual sports. The State of Minnesota has a team in all five major professional leagues (Major League Baseball, National Football League, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League and Major League Soccer). Wikipedia

  • North American Soccer League

    Professional men's soccer based in the United States. Named for, but had no connection to, the original North American Soccer League. Wikipedia

  • Rochester Thunder

    American soccer team based in Rochester, Minnesota, United States. Founded in 2008, the team played in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Heartland Division of the Central Conference. Wikipedia

  • Minnesota has a number of professional and semi-professional sports teams in various sports and leagues. The most are from Minneapolis. Wikipedia

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    • The Minnesota Thunder ceased operations due to financial problems, and were replaced by the NSC Minnesota Stars under different ownership.North American Soccer League-Wikipedia
    • The first champions of the new USISL Pro League were the Long Island Rough Riders, who beat Minnesota Thunder 2–1 in the championship game.USL Second Division-Wikipedia
    • The then current team, the Minnesota Thunder, were tenants of the National Sports Center and were struggling through financial difficulties.Minnesota United FC (2010–2016)-Wikipedia
    • This change also translated in a change of fortunes for the club, in the first match under Clarke the club beat the Minnesota Thunder 2:1, just a week after, under Toribio, they had lost against them.Puerto Rico Islanders-Wikipedia
    • They finished their first season in 1994 with a 5–13 record, in seventh place behind divisional champions Minnesota Thunder.Des Moines Menace-Wikipedia
    • In 2001 Dicks was replaced by fellow Englishman Chris Ramsey, who led Charleston to the A-League championship in 2003 with a 3–0 victory in the final over Minnesota Thunder in Charleston.Charleston Battery-Wikipedia

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