Stats Crew

Welcome to StatsCrew.com, the home to sports statistics from a wide variety of North American professional leagues. We currently host stats for professional baseball, football, hockey, basketball, soccer and lacrosse. We are also adding statistics for minor leagues and will continue to add new leagues and sports to the site.

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The Stats Crew is very proud to have brought online the most complete CFL statistics database available anywhere. StatsCrew.com also features the Internet's largest selection of US outdoor and indoor soccer stats, all fully searchable and sortable by player and team. The Stats Crew has further incorporated data from top alternative professional leagues such as the United States Football League, American Basketball Association and World Hockey Association into its datasets.

The Stats Crew is always on the hunt for more sports numbers. If you want to see any other stats, let the Stats Crew know! Some of the statistics the Stats Crew is looking for include:

  • Women's Soccer
  • Second and Third Division US Men's Soccer
  • The Continental Basketball Association
  • Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse and Major Indoor Lacrosse League

If you need stats, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can ask the Stats Crew.


Check out these interesting statistical facts from the world of sports. This is only an exhibition. This is not a competition. Please, no wagering.



Soccer Fact:
John Kowalik of the NASL's Chicago Mustangs netted 30 goals in 1968, a US professional outdoor soccer record which stood for 10 years.

Baseball Fact:
Chief Wilson of the NL's Pittsburgh Pirates hit 36 triples in 1912, a Major League record.

Football Fact:
Neil Rackers of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals connected on 40 field goals in 2005.

Lacrosse Fact:
Jesse Schwartzman of the MLL's Denver Outlaws won 11 games in 2012, a Major League Lacrosse record he broke the following season.

Hockey Fact:
Dave Schultz of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers fought his way to 472 penalty minutes in 1974-75, a National Hockey League record.

Basketball Fact:
Michael Jordan of the NBA's Chicago Bulls poured in 2,868 points in 1987-88, the second-highest number of his career.