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The WFL (World Football League) Southern California Sun was an American football team based in Anaheim, California that played in the World Football League in 1974 and 1975. Their records were 13-7 in 1974 and 7-5 in 1975. Their home stadium was Anaheim Stadium. They were coached by former Rams great and Hall of Famer Tom Fears and owned by trucking magnate Larry Hatfield. Former USC greats Anthony Davis and Pat Haden played for the Sun in 1975 along with former Oakland Raiders QB Daryle Lamonica, also known as the “Mad Bomber.”
- Presented is a Russell Athletic burgundy vintage XL (Chest 24” X Length 29”) Warm-up jacket with the emblem SUM WFL in with white and orange embroidery.
- One Champion White vintage Tee Shirt XL (18” Chest X 28” Length), on the front in brown lettering (SUN XL FOOTBALL).
- One key chain gold in color (1 ¼ round, on a short 1 ¼ key chain with an attached key 1” ring) with the WFL Southern California Football team logo.
- Two (17″ X 11.5″) game bags with a World Football league emblem on the front.
- And second team, one white polo shirt Hanes XL (22” Chest X 27” Length) on the front pocket the (Hawaiians logo and The Hawaiians WFL).
The Hawaiians WFL was a professional American football team based in Honolulu that played in the World Football League. They played two seasons, 1974 and 1975.