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The American Soccer League’s Cleveland Cobras played home games at George Finnie Stadium in the mid 1970’s.
A few exhibition games were played at Cleveland Stadium. Each season, ownership brought top international clubs to town for “friendly” matches. Among those were the national teams of Poland, Israel and Canada, Cork Hibernians F.C. and Sligo Rovers F.C (Ireland), GKS Tychy and Arka Gdynia (Poland), Beitar Jerusalem F.C. and Hapoel Jerusalem F.C. (Israel), Eintracht Braunschweig and VfB Oldenburg (Germany) and Partizan Belgrade (Serbia).
They were founded in 1974 and after the 1981 season the Cobras ownership sold its ASL rights to a group that moved the club to Atlanta, Georgia as the Georgia Generals.
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