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The California Surf were an Americanmarker association football (soccer) club based in Anaheim, Californiamarker who played in the NASL from 1978 to 1981. Their home field was Anaheim Stadiummarker.

They originally were the St. Louis Stars (the move came 17 years before the Los Angeles Rams professional football team, who actually played their home games at Anaheim Stadium, moved to St. Louis). The Surf had a strong British influence under the direction of coach John Sewell including future Arsenal manager, George Graham.

Carlos Alberto Torres, Brazilian 1970 World Champion, played for the Surf in 1981.

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Year-by-year

Year League W L T Pts Regular Season Playoffs Avg, Attendance
1978 NASL 13 17 115 2nd, American Conference, Western Division Lost 1st Round (San Diego) 11,171
1979 NASL 15 15 140 1st(t), American Conference, Western Division Lost 1st Round (San Diego) 10,330
1979/80 NASL Indoor 4 8 4th, Western Division Did not qualify
1980 NASL 15 17 144 2nd, American Conference, Western Division Lost 1st Round (Ft. Lauderdale) 7,593
1980/81 NASL Indoor 10 8 1st, Southern Division Lost 1st Round (Vancouver)
1981 NASL 11 21 117 3rd, Western Division Did not qualify 8,299



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