Birmingham Vulcans

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Birmingham Vulcans
First Season
1975
Team History
Birmingham Vulcans (1975)
Conference/Division
World Football League (1975)
  • Eastern Division (1975)
Venue
Legion Field (1975)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Birmingham Vulcans were a professional American football team located in Birmingham, Alabama. They were members of the five-team Eastern Division of the World Football League (WFL). The Vulcans, founded in March 1975, played in the upstart league's second and final season in 1975.

Publications

Programs by season

1970s

Date Opponent Venue
1975
July 12 vs. Portland Thunder Legion Field
July 19 at Shreveport Steamer State Fair Stadium
August 2 vs. Chicago Winds Legion Field
August 9 vs. Philadelphia Bell Legion Field
August 16 at Jacksonville Express Gator Bowl
August 23 vs. Southern California Sun Legion Field
August 30 vs. Shreveport Steamer Legion Field
September 13 vs. San Antonio Wings Legion Field
September 21 vs. Charlotte Hornets Legion Field
October 19 vs. Memphis Southmen Legion Field

Media guides and yearbooks

Media guides

1970s 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 Alamo Stadium • Aloha Stadium • Anaheim Stadium • Astrodome • Legion Field • Soldier Field
Related Gary Davidson • League publications • 1974 WFL season • 1975 WFL season