Coach Campagna was probably the best thing associated with the Vikings. He would go on to have a very well-respected high school coaching career (ironically, with the North Mecklenburg Vikings), and he would be inducted into the N.C. Football Coaches Association's hall of fame.
The 1965 season began in early July and ended in early October. Twelve games were schedule, among teams that include the Atlanta Mustangs, Knoxville Bears, Mobile Martians, Chattanooga Cherokees, a team from Huntsville, Jacksonville Robins, Orlando Thunderbirds, and of course, the Charlotte Vikings.
Expect for a brief mention in the Jul 4, 1965 Daytona Beach Morning Journal that the Florida Thunderbirds were opening the season against the Vikings in the "Tangerine Bowl," almost no published information exists on this franchise.