San Diego Sockers

San Diego Sockers may refer to:

  • San Diego Sockers (1978–96), a defunct soccer team that played in the North American Soccer League, original Major Indoor Soccer League, and Continental Indoor Soccer League
  • San Diego Sockers (2001–04), a defunct soccer team that played in the World Indoor Soccer League and second Major Indoor Soccer League
  • San Diego Sockers (2009), a soccer expansion team in the Professional Arena Soccer League that began play in 2009

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