Warslow Athletic Club
Whitestone Warslows
Founded 1894
Folded 1939
Based in Long Island, NY, United States
Home field Knab's Park
League Independent
Team History Warslow Athletic Club (1894-1932)
Whitestone American Legion (1933)
Columbia Dems (1934)
Warlows (1939)
Team Colors Unknown


Nickname(s) Warslow Indians
Other League Championship wins New York Independent Champions:
1900, 1901

Warslow Athletic Club (also formally known as the Whitestone Warslows and the Warslow Indians) were an early amateur, and later professional, American football team. The club, based on Long Island, is best remembered for playing in the 1902 World Series of Football, played at Madison Square Garden. During the Series, the club played the Knickerbocker Athletic Club in a hard fought 11-6 losss and was eliminated from the competition. The team also claimed to be the "New York Independent Football Champions" in 1900 and 1901.

Over the span of its history, the team's name changed several times. In 1933, the club took to the field as the Whitestone American Legion, while a year later they were called the Columbia Dems. After a 4 year hiatus, the finally fielded one final team, called the simply the Warslows.


Warslow (Warlow) Athletic Club in 1900


Year W L T PCT PtsF PtsA Finish Coach League
1894 Independent
1895 Independent
1896 Independent
1897 Independent
1898 Independent
1899 Independent
1900 Independent
1901 Independent
1902 Independent
1903 Independent
1904 Independent
1905 Independent
1906 Independent
1907 Independent
1908 Independent
1909 Independent
1910 Independent
1911 Independent
1912 Independent
1913 Independent
1914 Independent
1915 Independent
1916 Independent
1917 Independent
1918 Independent
1919 Independent
1920 Independent
1921 Independent
1922 Independent
1923 Independent
1924 Independent
1925 Independent
1926 Independent
1927 Independent
1928 Independent
1929 Independent
1930 Independent
1931 Independent
1932 Independent
1933 Independent
1934 Independent
1935 Independent
1936 Independent
1937 Independent
1938 Independent
1939 Independent
Totals (including playoffs)

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