Long Island Chiefs

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Long Island Chiefs
First Season
1971
Team History
Long Island Chiefs (1971-73)
Conference/Division
Atlantic Coast Football League (1973)
  • Southern Division (1973)

Seaboard Football League (1971-72)

Venue
Hofstra Stadium (1973)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives

The Long Island Chiefs were a minor league American football team based in New York. They began play in the Seaboard Professional Football League in 1971 and joined the Atlantic Coast Football League in 1973. The Chiefs folded during the season and forfeited their last 5 scheduled games.

Publications

Programs by season

1970s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1973
Week 5 September 29 at Hartford Knights Dillon Stadium
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Venues Dillon Stadium • Hofstra Stadium