Oklahoma City Plainsmen

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Oklahoma City Plainsmen
First Season
1967
Team History
Oklahoma City Plainsmen (1967-68)
Conference/Division
Continental Football League (1968)
  • Central Division (1968)

Professional Football League of America

  • Western Division (1967)
Venue
Taft Stadium (1967-68)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Oklahoma City Plainsmen were a professional American football team based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They began play in 1967 as a member of the Professional Football League of America and became a franchise in the Continental Football League when it merged with the PFLA in 1968. The team forfeited its last game of the 1968 season and was suspended by the league in December.

Publications

Programs by season

1960s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1968
Week 1 August 31 at Alabama Hawks Milton Frank Stadium
Week 2 September 7 vs. Arkansas Diamonds Taft Stadium
Week 8 October 20 at Ohio Valley Ironmen Wheeling Stadium
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Seasons 1965 • 1966 • 1967 • 1968 • 1969
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