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1902 Pittsburgh Stars season
Head Coach Willis Richardson
Home Field Recreation Park
Results
Record 9-2-1
Place No divisions
Playoff Finish No playoffs
Timeline
Previous season Next season
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The 1902 Pittsburgh Stars football season was their first and only season in existence. The team played in the first National Football League and finished with a overall record of 9-2-1, including a 2-2-1 record in league play. The team was named the league's champions for having a better point ratio, scoring 39 points to their NFL opponents' 22.

ScheduleEdit

Game Date Opponent Result
1 October 11, 1902 Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA W 30-0
2 October 16, 1902 Cottage Athletic Club[1] W 17-0
3 October 18, 1902 Bucknell University W 24-0
4 October 22, 1902 Pittsburgh College[1] W 45-0
5 October 25, 1902 East End Athletic Club[2] W 18-0
6 November 1, 1902 Cottage Athletic Club W 24-0
7 November 4, 1902 Philadelphia Phillies W 18-0
8 November 8, 1902 at Philadelphia Athletics L 11-10
9 November 15, 1902 East End Athletic Club W 18-0
10 November 22, 1902 at Philadelphia Phillies L 11-0
11 November 27, 1902 Philadelphia Athletics[3] T 0-0
11 November 29, 1902 Philadelphia Athletics[4] W 11-0
  • Games between NFL teams are represented in bold.

Game notesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Game played in Greensburg, Pennsylvania
  2. Semi-pro team, not to be confused with the Pittsburgh Athletic Club
  3. Thanksgiving Classic
  4. "NFL Championship game".

ReferencesEdit

  • "Dave Berry and the Philadelphia Story: The Very First N.F.L.". Coffin Corner (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–6.

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