Brooklyn Dodgers Historic Football Records

Continental Football League

1966

Continental Football League, Eastern Division
 1966 (5-9-0)  5th & last CFL
Home field- Downing Stadium, Randall's Island
    •Coach: Andy Robustelli      •General Manager: Jackie Robinson
Pre-season Exhibition Games
Aug. 6  L 10-35  Away   Orlando Panthers Tangerine Bowl  10,437
Aug. 15  L 10-23  Home (night)   Hartford Charter Oaks  12,000
Regular Season
Aug. 20  L 23-42  Away   Charleston Rockets  8,768
Aug. 27  L  7-49  Home (night)   Orlando Panthers  8,000
Sep. 3  L 14-24  Away   Hartford Charter Oaks Dillon Stadium  9,500
Sep. 10  L 14-22  Away   Montreal Beavers Expo Stadium  4,749  Jackie Robinson Day
Sep. 18  W 45-27  Away (night)   Wheeling Ironmen  4,594
Sep. 24  W 43-14  Home (night)   Philadelphia Bulldogs  4,500
Oct. 1  L 16-31  Away (night)   Orlando Panthers  13,876
Oct. 8  W 24-17  Away (night)   Norfolk Neptunes  Foreman Field  18,000
Oct. 15  L 13-21  Away (night)   Toronto Rifles
Oct. 22  L 20-21  Home (night)   Richmond Rebels  5,000
Oct. 29  L 14-37  Away (night)   Philadelphia Bulldogs  6,829
Nov. 5  W 20-6  Away (night)   Hartford Charter Oaks  (originally home game.)
Nov. 13  L 24-31  Away   Norfolk Neptunes  11,137
Nov. 19  W 19-17  Home (night)   Toronto Rifles at Mt. Vernon Memorial Stadium
Nov. 19 game orig. scheduled at Downing Stadium; played at Mount Vernon Memorial Stadium
Folded following season
Notes:
•The Brooklyn Dodgers brought suit to abrogate the New York Jets exclusive rights to play at Shea Stadium.
•The Los Angeles Dodgers sued the CFL Brooklyn Dodgers for copyright infringement for using their name from before they ran away to the coast.
•The Long Island Jets of the Liberty Football Conference, a semi-pro team, were the Didger's farm team.

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