|La Salle Explorers Football|
|Home stadium||McCarthy Stadium|
|Postseason bowl record|| –
|Fight song||La Salle University Alma Mater|
The La Salle Explorers football team was an American football team representing La Salle University. The team competed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) football league at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level (formerly I-AA).
The football program existed from 1931 to 1941, until the start of World War II. The war reduced the number of male students at the university, so the football program ended in 1941. It was revived in 1997 and joined the MAAC football league in 1999.
At the end of the 2007 Football season, in which the team finished 0–10, it was announced that La Salle would again be discontinuing the Football program. The MAAC football league also dissolved soon thereafter.
In November 2009, the university settled a $7.5 million lawsuit with a football player who suffered a severe brain injury in a 2005 game. 
Two La Salle football players, Mike Mandarino and George Somers, played in the National Football League (NFL). The team had one undefeated season in 1934 (7–0–1) and former head coach Bill Manlove is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
|Season||Head Coach||Overall Record||Conference Record|
|1999||Bill Manlove||4-6||3-5 (T-6th/9)|
|2000||Bill Manlove||7-4||4-3 (4th/8)|
|2001||Bill Manlove||5-4||2-4 (T-5th/8)|
|2002||Archie Stalcup||2-9||2-6 (T-7th/9)|
|2003||Archie Stalcup||3-8||2-3 (T-3rd/6)|
|2004||Phil Longo||3-7||1-3 (T-3rd/5)|
|2005||Phil Longo||4-7||2-2 (T-3rd/5)|
|2006||Tim Miller||3-7||1-3 (T-4th/5)|
|2007||Tim Miller||0-10||0-3 (4th/4)|
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