Tim Harris (soccer)

Tim Harris (soccer)

Infobox Football biography
playername= Tim Harris

fullname = Tim Harris
nickname =
dateofbirth =
cityofbirth = Torrance, California
countryofbirth = United States
height =
currentclub =
clubnumber =
position = Goalkeeper
youthyears = 1980-1983
youthclubs = UCLA
years = 1984-1987
clubs = Los Angeles Lazers "(indoor)"
Minnesota Strikers "(indoor)"
California Kickers
caps(goals) =
nationalyears = 1985
nationalteam = United States
nationalcaps(goals) = 1 (0)
manageryears = 1989
managerclubs = UCLA
pcupdate =
ntupdate =

Tim Harris was a U.S. soccer goalkeeper. He spent at least four sesaons in the Major Indoor Soccer League and one in the Western Soccer League. He also earned one cap with the U.S. national team. He is the Senior Vice President of Business Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers.


Harris played four seasons on college soccer with UCLA from 1980 to 1983. He was a second team All American in 1983 and finished his career third on the school’s career victories list with forty-eight. [http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ucla/sports/m-soccer/auto_pdf/awards-honors.pdf]


In 1984, Harris signed with the Los Angeles Lazers of Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). He played with the Lazers for three seasons before moving to the Minnesota Strikers. Significantly for his future career, Jerry Buss, owner of the Lazers also owned the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Harris spent one season in Minnesota. In 1989, he played one season with the California Kickers of the Western Soccer League. [http://a-leaguearchive.tripod.com/1989/statswsa89.htm#California]

National team

Harris earned one cap with the U.S. national team. He replaced Arnie Mausser at halftime in a 5-0 loss to England on June 16, 1985. [http://www.soccerhalloffame.org/ColinJose/EnglandvUnitedStates.htm] Harris played another eleven games with the U.S. B team. [http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ucla/sports/m-soccer/auto_pdf/05-mg-natlteam-mls.pdf]


Harris spent at least the 1989 season as an assistant coach with UCLA.

Post soccer career

Following his retirement from playing professionally, Harris began working in commercial real estate. In this capacity, he joined the management team for the Great Western Forum which served as the home court for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. By 1993, he had risen to the position of Forum Sports Vice President. He eventually jumped to the Lakers organization, becoming the Senior Vice President of Business Operations, Chief Marketing Officer for the Los Angeles Lakers. [http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/ucla/sports/m-soccer/auto_pdf/05-mg-where-now.pdf]

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