Results NFL v AFL 1936
|Date||NFL Team||AFL/ PCFL Team||Venue|
|1936||Philadelphia Eagles||7||Los Angeles Bulldogs||10||Los Angeles|
|1936||Pittsburgh Pirates||7||Los Angeles Bulldogs||27||Los Angeles|
|27.12.1936||Brooklyn Dodgers||18||Salinas Packers (PCFL)||0||Salinas|
|10.01.1937||Green Bay Packers||42||Salinas Packers (PCFL)||7||San Francisco|
|14.02.1937||NFL All-Stars||14||Salinas Packers (PCFL)||0||Bakersfield|
After the demise of the Pacific Coast Football League after one week in 1936, there was no League season on the West Coast from 1936-1937, with the Salinas Packers and Los Angeles Bulldogs playing an independent schedule.
The Los Angeles Bulldogs had scheduled games against National Football League teams the Philadelphia Eagles (winning 10-7) and Pittsburgh Pirates (winning 27-7).
The Packers played against the Brooklyn Dodgers of the NFL in 1936, losing 18-0 and also the Green Bay Packers (NFL Champions) who won 42-7, before losing to an NFL All-Star team in Bakersfield. 
The two teams also played each other, with the Salinas Packers winning 21-17, as well as scheduling matches against other West Coast and Inland Empire opposition.
 California Dreamin’ – West Coast Pros in the 1930s – Bob Gill, in association with Tod Maher, The Coffin Corner, Pro Football Researchers Association (1984) California Dreamin’ – West Coast Pros in the 1930s [Internet] Available from: http://profootballresearchers.com/archives/Website_Files/Coffin_Corner/06-07-190.pdf [Accessed 9 October 2018
 Tod Maher, The Coffin Corner, Pro Football Researchers Association (1987) The Salinas Packers [Internet] Available from: http://profootballresearchers.com/archives/Website_Files/Coffin_Corner/09-05-303.pdf [Accessed 9 October 2018]
Thanks to Eoin O’Fearghaill.
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