The Birmingham Americans were a professional football team which played for Birmingham in the World Football League in 1974. The team was organized in December 1973 by owner Bill Putnam and hosted home games at Legion Field. The Americans led the WFL in attendance and went undefeated at home. Led by head coach and general manager Jack Gotta, the Americans had a 15-5 regular season record and were crowned WFL champions after winning the 1974 World Bowl. Financial difficulties plagued the team all season, with players going unpaid after October and the owners sued for unpaid taxes. The team folded after its inaugural season.
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