Chicago Owls

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Chicago Owls
First Season
1967
Team History
Chicago Owls (1967-69)
Conference/Division
Continental Football League (1968-69)
  • Central Division (1968-69)

Professional Football League of America (1967)

  • Eastern Division (1967)
Venue
Soldier Field (1968-69)
Notre Dame High School Stadium (1967)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Chicago Owls were a professional American football team based in Chicago, Illinois. They were members of the Professional Football League of America (PFLA) in 1967 and, after the leagues merged, the Continental Football League during the league's last two years (1968-69).

Publications

Programs by season

1960s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1968
Week 10 November 3 at Ohio Valley Ironmen Wheeling Stadium
Week 11 November 17 at Norfolk Neptunes Foreman Field
1969
preseason August 16 at Jersey Jays Newark Schools Stadium
Week 1 August 30 at Spokane Shockers Joe Albi Stadium
Week 10 November 1 at Arkansas Diamonds War Memorial Stadium
Week 12 November 15 at Tri-City Apollos Midland Stadium
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Continental Football League
Teams Brooklyn Dodgers/Akron Vulcans • Alabama Hawks • Arkansas Diamonds • Charleston Rockets • Chicago Owls • Dallas Rockets • Eugene Bombers • Fort Worth Braves • Hartford Charter Oaks • Indianapolis Capitols • Jersey Jays • Long Beach Admirals • Mexico Golden Aztecs • Michigan Arrows/Tri-City Apollos • Fort Wayne Warriors/Montreal Beavers • Newark Bears/Orlando Panthers • Norfolk Neptunes • Oklahoma Thunderbirds • Oklahoma City Plainsmen • Omaha Mustangs • Orange County Ramblers • Philadelphia Bulldogs • Portland Loggers • Quad-Cities Raiders/Las Vegas Cowboys • Rhode Island Indians • Richmond Rebels • Sacramento Buccaneers/Capitols • San Antonio Toros • San Jose Apaches • Seattle Rangers • Texarkana Titans • Toronto Rifles • Victoria Steelers/Spokane Shockers • West Texas Rufneks • Wheeling/Ohio Valley Ironmen
Seasons 1965 • 1966 • 1967 • 1968 • 1969
Venues Anaheim Stadium • Autostade • Bethel Park • Bush Stadium • City Stadium • Dillon Stadium • Foreman Field • Hughes Stadium • Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Laidley Field • Memorial Stadium • Roffino Stadium • Rubber Bowl • Soldier Field
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