New Bedford Sweepers

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New Bedford Sweepers
First Season
1963
Team History
New Bedford Sweepers (1965-66)
Boston Sweepers (1964)
Boston Nu-Way Sweepers (1963)
Conference/Division
Atlantic Coast Football League (1963-66)
  • Northern Division (1963-66)
Venue
Sargent Field (1965-66)
Everett Memorial Stadium (1963-64)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The New Bedford Sweepers was a team in the Atlantic Coast Football League. They played their home games at the Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett, Massachusetts. The team was owned by Ted Baron, who also owned a local trash disposal container company, hence the team name "sweepers." The Sweepers folded on September 20, 1966 after just two regular season games. The Sweepers won two championships in the ACFL, in 1964 and 1965.

Programs

1960s

Week Date Opponent Venue
Boston Sweepers
1964
Week 1 August 15 vs. Westchester Crusaders Everett Memorial Stadium
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Venues Dillon Stadium • Hofstra Stadium