Rhode Island Indians

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Rhode Island Indians
First Season
1965
Team History
Rhode Island Indians (1965)
Conference/Division
Continental Football League (1965)
  • Western Division (1965)
Venue
City Stadium (1965)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Rhode Island Indians were a professional American football team based in Providence, Rhode Island. The team was formed in 1965 as a charter member of the Continental Football League. The team (sometimes referred to as the Providence Indians) completed their lone season with a 3-11 record. Prior to their final home game the Indians announced they were withdrawing from the league. Lack of public support was cited as the main factor behind the team's failure.

Publications

Programs by season

1960s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1965
Home program n/a various City Stadium
Week 8 October 2 at Charleston Rockets Laidley Field
Week 13 November 7 at Newark Bears Newark Schools Stadium
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Seasons 1965 • 1966 • 1967 • 1968 • 1969
Venues Anaheim Stadium • Autostade • Bethel Park • Bush Stadium • City Stadium • Dillon Stadium • Foreman Field • Hughes Stadium • Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Laidley Field • Memorial Stadium • Roffino Stadium • Rubber Bowl • Soldier Field
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