|League||United Football League, Continental Football League|
|Based in||Charleston, West Virginia|
|Division titles||1 (1965)|
The Charleston Rockets were a professional American football team based in Charleston, West Virginia. They began play in 1964 as a member of the United Football League, and became a charter franchise in the Continental Football League in 1965. In their first season in the CFL, the Rockets finished with a perfect 14-0 record and won the league championship over the Toronto Rifles, 24-7. After an ownership change in 1968, the team announced that it was suspending operations in January 1969. Its place in the league's lineup was replaced by the Jersey Jays, returning the CFL to North Jersey after the departure of the Newark Bears to Orlando three seasons prior.
|Charleston Rockets||1964||United Football League||11||3||0||2nd, Western Division||Perry Moss|
|Charleston Rockets||1965||Continental Football League||14||0||0||1st, Western Division||Perry Moss|
|Charleston Rockets||1966||Continental Football League||10||4||0||2nd, Western Division||Ken Carpenter|
|Charleston Rockets||1967||Continental Football League||6||8||0||2nd, Atlantic South Division||Sam Fernandez|
|Charleston Rockets||1968||Continental Football League||8||3||0||3rd, Atlantic Division||Billy Ray Barnes|
- ↑ "Charleston Out of CFL". Philadelphia Daily News. UPI. January 25, 1969.
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