|Pennsylvania Firebirds (1970)|
Pottstown Firebirds (1968-69)
|Atlantic Coast Football League (1968-70)
|Grigg Memorial Field (1970)|
Franklin Field (1968-69)
The Pennsylvania Firebirds were a professional American football minor league team and member of the Atlantic Coast Football League from 1968 to 1970. The Firebirds were originally a "farm club" of the Philadelphia Eagles and were provided with equipment/helmets already emblazoned with Eagle wings.
The team was known as the Pottstown Firebirds for its first two seasons, the name they are more known by today.
|Week 5||October 5||vs. Harrisburg Capitol Colts||Franklin Field|
|Week 6||October 12||vs. Virginia Sailors||Franklin Field|
|Week 10||November 9||vs. Richmond Roadrunners||Franklin Field|
|preseason||August 30||vs. Bridgeport Jets||Franklin Field|
|Week 3||September 20||vs. Long Island Bulls||Franklin Field|
|Week 5||October 4||at Roanoke Buckskins||Victory Stadium|
|Week 7||October 18||vs. Harrisburg Capitol Colts||Franklin Field|
|Week 3||September 26||at Indianapolis Capitols||Bush Stadium|