1967 Baltimore Bays Roster

National Professional Soccer League (NPSL)
Team Record: 14-9-9 - 162 points
in the NPSL's Eastern Division

Lost Championship
Coach: Doug Millward (14-9-9)
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Attendance: 93,414, Avg. 5,838 in 16 home dates
1967 Baltimore Bays Statistics

The Baltimore Bays of the National Professional Soccer League ended the 1967 season with a record of 14 wins and 9 losses and 9 ties for 162 points in the NPSL's Eastern Division.

The Bays scored 53 goals and conceded 47. Fernando Azevedo and Guy St. Vil netted 8 goals each for Baltimore, and Art Welch contributed five or more as well. Terry Adlington registered a 0.85 goals against average, leading keepers with significant playing time.

Doug Millward coached the team. The 1967 Baltimore Bays lost in the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Terry AdlingtonGNovember 21, 19356'0"175Torguqy, England
Halis AlkisGMay 9, 19456'5"205
Fernando AzevedoFMay 19, 19416'1"160
Hipolito ChilinqueFSeptember 12, 19405'9"160Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Shimon CohenFOctober 15, 19425'8"150Tel-Aviv, Israel
Dennis ConnaghanGJanuary 9, 19456'2"175Glasgow, Scotland
Uriel Da VeigaDAugust 28, 19405'9"168Niteroi, Brazil
Badu DaCruzDJuly 20, 19465'11"175Niteroi, Brazil
Nelio Dos SantosMDecember 8, 19435'7"150, Brazil
Ruben GarceteFMarch 30, 19415'8"145Ascuncion, Paraguay
Leif KlassonFDecember 12, 19406'0"175Lidkoping, Sweden
Hector MartinezDFebruary 4, 19465'11"161, Argentina
Luis MayoralMAugust 10, 19476'0"155Madrid, Spain
Karl MinorFApril 9, 19486'0"175Heilbron, Germany
David PrimoDMay 5, 19465'11"156Tel Aviv, Israel
Juan SantistebanMDecember 8, 19375'8"155Sevilla, Spain
Joe SpecaDJuly 1, 19375'9"165Baltimore, MD
Guy St. VilFOctober 21, 19415'8"155Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Gaucho TejadaM,DMarch 29, 19405'11"167Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dennis ViolletMSeptember 20, 19335'9"151Manchester, England
Art WelchFApril 16, 19445'8"153Kingston, Jamaica
Asher WelchFApril 16, 19445'8"152Kingston, Jamaica
ZemariaDMay 18, 19496'0"184Sao Paolo, Brazil