FEDERALS TRIVIA

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Limited partnerships in Washington Football Partners, Ltd. could be had for a total commitment of $300,000 - $100,000 up front, with another $200,000 on demand if it was needed to continue running the team (and it was).
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Federals games could be heard locally on WMAL-AM in Washington.
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The diameter of RFK Stadium, home of the Federals, is 750 feet exactly.
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The diameter of RFK Stadium, home of the Federals, is 750 feet exactly.
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The Federals attendance was at times so bad that a pro soccer team, the NASL's "Team America," sometimes outdrew the Feds for fans.
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Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium today is the home of the Washington Nationals major league baseball team.
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Berl Bernhard, who brought the USFL to the
nation's capital at what turned out to be the
absolute worst time to do so in almost
four decades. 

Bernhard's de-facto partners with the Federals.
The Feds franchise was owned by Washington
Football Partners, Ltd., whose general partner was
Capital City Sports Management, a joint venture
composed of D.C. Sports, Inc. (which, in turn, was owned by Bernhard, R. Robert Linowes and Ronald B. Natalie), M&H Sports, Inc. (owned by Milton Maltz and Carl Hirsch); and Pendin, Inc. (which was owned by David H. Pensky and Richard J. Hindin).
Simple, huh? 

1983 Washington Federals
Cheerleaders
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