Pottsville Maroons

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Pottsville Maroons
First Season
1920
Team History
Boston Bulldogs (1929)
Pottsville Maroons (1924-28)
Pottsville Eleven (1920-24)
Conference/Division
National Football League (1925-29)
Anthracite League (1924)
Independent (1920-23)
Venue
Minersville Park (1920-28)
Braves Field (1929)

The Pottsville Maroons were an American football team based in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, in the Northeastern part of the state. Founded in 1920, they played in the National Football League (NFL) from 1925 to 1928. In 1929 they relocated to Boston, where they played one season as the Boston Bulldogs.

The team was founded as the Pottsville Eleven, an independent team playing in the local eastern Pennsylvania circuit.

Publications

Programs by season

1920s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1925
Week 8 November 14 at Frankford Yellow Jackets Frankford Stadium
1926
Week 13 December 12 at Chicago Bears Cubs Park
1927
Week 6 October 30 at New York Giants Polo Grounds
Week 9 November 11 vs. New York Yankees Minersville Park
1928
Week 1 September 30 vs. New York Giants Minersville Park
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