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|Full name||Sacramento Knights|
|League||Continental Indoor Soccer League World Indoor Soccer League|
Sacramento Knights were an indoor soccer team that played from 1993 to 2001 in ARCO Arena and were owned by the NBA's Sacramento Kings. The team played in the Continental Indoor Soccer League from 1993 to 1997. The team then moved to the World Indoor Soccer League in 1998 after the CISL folded. The team itself folded when the WISL merged with the Major Indoor Soccer League in 2001.
Iain Fraser won the Defender of the Year award in 1999 and 2001, while the Knights were part of the World Indoor Soccer League. Fraser took over as coach/player/director of the team until its end. Also as part of the WISL, Dan Madsen was goalkeeper of the year in 1998.
|Year||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||Avg. attendance|
|1993||CISL||5th CISL, 12-16||Failed to Qualify||6,115|
|1994||CISL||4th West, 15-13||Lost Quarterfinal||6,961|
|1995||CISL||1st West, 20-8||Lost Championship||7,151|
|1996||CISL||3rd West, 14-14||Lost Quarterfinal||7,195|
|1997||CISL||3rd West, 14-14||Lost 1st Round||6,132|
|1998||PSA||2nd PSA, 6-5||Lost Championship||6,116|
|1999||WISL||1st WISL, 17-5||Won Championship||5,764|
|2000||WISL||7th WISL, 5-19||Failed to qualify||5,509|
|2001||WISL||4th WISL, 11-13||Lost Semifinal||5,136|
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