Dale Russell was born on January 19, 1955, which was a Wednesday at Warwick Parish of Bermuda area. He has reached the age of 61 and still alive. He is a former soccer player who has participated in the North American Soccer League and the Major Indoor Soccer League. He had also earned one cap with the national team of United States. Dale Russell attended Philadelphia Textile where he participated in the men’s soccer team for the duration of three years, from 1973 to 1976. He holds the record of four-time All-American, second team as a freshman and also the first team during his next three periods.

He had also led his team in the NCAA post-season tournament by making six goals.

Net worth

There is no evidence of salary of Dale Russell known. Also, his net worth has not yet been disclosed.

Professional career

He has participated in both NASL and MISL. He started his professional career in North American Soccer League when on January 12, 1977; he was selected by the Portland timbers of the North American Soccer League. However, the strange thing is he never played for Portland. In the year 1978 Dale Russell was signed by expansion Houston Hurricanes. After which he had spent three seasons with the Houston Hurricanes.

When the Houston summit decided to enter into Indoor Soccer League (MISL) in the year of 1978, the team decided to call its players who have participated in NASL matches. Because of which Dale Russell get the chance to participate in Indoor Soccer League for the season. The Houston Summit participated in MISL championship during the 1979-1980 season. They failed against New York Arrows with 7-4; Dale Russell has contributed with one goal from the side of Houston.

During the whole season, Dale Russell has made twenty-six goals in total. For the next season, he signed himself with another team called Philadelphia Fever. He made 31 goals during two seasons he played on the behalf of Philadelphia Fever. In 1982, he left Fever and moved to another team St. Louis Steamers where once again he spent the duration of next two seasons. During this time period, he made 10 goals on behalf of his team St. Louis Steamers. He has played the season of 1983-1984 in MISL on behalf of Chicago Sting and secured 5 goals for the team.

National Team Participation

Dale Russell participated in National team too. On September 20 in the year 1978he earned his one cap with the United States National team against Portugal in which United States team lost with 1-0. He initiated the game but later was called on for another player named Al Trost.

Dale Russell played soccer from the position of Midfielder as well as Forward.

Personal Life

There is not much information regarding Dale Russell’s personal life. It is not known that whether he was married or divorce. Any information about his children is also not available. His father named Earl Russell was also a player and is regarded as one of the best players in the history of Bermuda. Dale Russel is a Capricorn.

Last Modified: Apr 6, 2020

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