Norma Hunt Age, Born, Height, Weight, Husband, Salary And More


Norma Hunt

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About Norma Hunt :-

Norma Hunt attended her first World Cup in 1966.

You can make the case she became the nation’s first soccer mom that moment because, without the vision of her late husband Lamar, there might not be the passion for the sport that there is in this country today. And that may have cost America a few generations of soccer moms.

Lamar Hunt became so infatuated with soccer after watching England win the World Cup on its home turf in 1966 that he returned home to Dallas and formed one of the first professional soccer teams in the United States, the Tornado, in 1967. He help found the North American Soccer League in 1968, and his team became a charter member.

But millions of lost dollars later, the franchise folded in 1981, having outlasted all 11 of the league’s other charter members. Three years later, the league collapsed.

“He was the last man standing,” Norma said. “He never gave up on it. That was not him at all. Lamar fought to the end trying to keep that alive. That wasn’t the right model, though, having to pay these foreign stars more than you could make in gate receipts for a year. But it was fun to see Pele come to Dallas.”


Hunt’s love of soccer was passed on to his sons, Clark and Daniel. Both played the sport at St. Mark’s, and Clark went on to become captain at SMU, his father’s alma mater.

“Our boys played soccer from the time they were very young,” Norma said. “They loved it, excelled at it. I can’t tell you how many cold days in Oklahoma I stood on a windswept field watching them play soccer for St. Mark’s. Oklahoma can really be cold.”

The Hunts attended all the SMU games. They traveled to the NCAA tournament with the Mustangs. Norma has now attended nine World Cups, including 1994 when the games were played for the first time on American soil, including Dallas. That’s when Lamar got the bug again. Major League Soccer (MLS) was forming in 1996, and Hunt wanted in.

“After how hard he fought for the North American Soccer League to succeed, I said, `Honey, are you sure you want to do this again? Again?‘” Norma mused. “He said, ‘Absolutely.’ He was so committed, so convinced.”

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