The Hawaiians

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The Hawaiians
First Season
Team History
The Hawaiians (1974-75)
World Football League (1974-75)
  • Western Division (1974-75)
Aloha Stadium (1975)
Honolulu Stadium (1974)

The Hawaiians were a professional American football team based in Honolulu, Hawaii that played in the World Football League. They played two seasons, 1974 and 1975. Their records were 9–11 in 1974 and 4–7–1 in 1975. Their home stadium was Honolulu Stadium in 1974 and Aloha Stadium in 1975. The team ceased operations when the WFL folded.


Programs by season


Date Opponent Venue
July 10 at Florida Blazers Orlando Stadium
July 17 at Southern California Sun Anaheim Stadium
July 21 vs. Detroit Wheels Honolulu Stadium
August 14 at Birmingham Americans Legion Field
September 1 vs. Houston Texans Honolulu Stadium
September 18 vs. New York Stars Honolulu Stadium
October 2 vs. Birmingham Americans Honolulu Stadium
October 30 vs. Memphis Southmen Honolulu Stadium
November 21 at Southern California Sun Anaheim Stadium
July 26 at Jacksonville Express Gator Bowl
August 2 at Philadelphia Bell Franklin Field
August 9 at Portland Thunder Civic Stadium
September 28 at Shreveport Steamer State Fair Stadium

Media guides and yearbooks

Media guides

1970s 1974 • 1975
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World Football League
1974 Teams Birmingham Americans • New York Stars / Charlotte Hornets • Chicago Fire • Detroit Wheels • Florida Blazers • The Hawaiians • Jacksonville Sharks • Memphis Southmen • Philadelphia Bell • Portland Storm • Houston Texans / Shreveport Steamer • Southern California Sun
1975 Teams Birmingham Vulcans • Charlotte Hornets • Chicago Winds • The Hawaiians • Jacksonville Express • Memphis Southmen • Philadelphia Bell • Portland Thunder • San Antonio Wings • Shreveport Steamer • Southern California Sun
Venues Aloha Stadium • Anaheim Stadium • Legion Field • Soldier Field
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