The Seals were a soccer team in San Francisco in an alternate where Imperial Germany ruled the world. Crosstimers Paul and Lawrence Gomes took a Sunday off to watch the Seals play their rival, the Missions at Kezar Stadium.
The Seals were identified with the more well to do part of San Francisco's population. Their colors were Orange and Black, and its fans habitually blew trumpets during the games to express support for the team. Paul Gomes, who disliked the Seals, felt that they made more noise than music, and that they were the same kind of people as those who in the home timeline supported the New York Yankees baseball team.
Literary Note Edit
In the 1920s and 1930s, San Francisco sports did see a competition between a team called "Seals" and one called "Missions", but it was in baseball  rather than soccer. The Seals were the long-established team while the Missions were new-coming interlopers from Los Angeles.
An (unrelated) San Francisco soccer team named "Seals" appeared in the 1990s , but in our timeline the name "Missions" was never used in San Francisco soccer.