Philadelphia Fever (MISL)
The Philadelphia Fever were an indoor soccer team based out of Philadelphia that played in the original Major Indoor Soccer League from 1978 to 1982. Their home arena was the Spectrum. After being granted a one-year hiatus following the 1981-82 season, the team ultimately folded. While it is often reported that the Los Angeles Lazers were the relocated Fever, the one-year hiatus was actually granted at the same time as the Lazers were awarded an expansion franchise, during the MISL's August 1982 league meetings.  The four seasons in Philadelphia the Fever average attendance was 5,777 per game.
|1978–1979||11–13||4th Place||Championship Series|
|1979–1980||17–15||T3rd Central Division||Did not qualify|
|1980–1981||18–22||3rd Atlantic Division||Did not qualify|
|1981–1982||11–33||7th Eastern Division||Did not qualify|
- "Philadelphia Fever". oursportscentral.com. Retrieved 30 October 2010.
- ""Fever Halts Operation For 1 Year," Philadelphia Daily News, August 11, 1982".
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