XI Questions With… Detroit City FC
Detroit City FC is perhaps the most famous soccer club in the USA outside of MLS, NASL or USL. The club came about as a result of project to bring Detroit neighborhoods together through the power of soccer during a difficult time for the city.
Ottawa Fury have officially switched gears from NASL 2016 season to USL 2017 as they announced that striker Carl Haworth will be returning to the club next year. Haworth has been with Ottawa Fury since their PDL days and will suit up next season in the USL.
The announcement comes just
It would appear that a serious effort is underway to bring professional soccer to Las Vegas, Nevada. Midfield Press has learned from public records that an entity named Las Vegas Football Club LLC was filed in April 2015 by Las Vegas law firm Kolesar & Leatham. The entity has also
XI Questions with … Chattanooga FC
On August 8, 2015, 18,227 people filled Chattanooga’s Finley Stadium to watch their local amateur club, Chattanooga FC of the National Premier Soccer League, face off against New York Cosmos B for the fourth division NPSL national championship. The Cosmos reserves won on the field,
League expansion news and rumors pop up regularly and it is hard to keep track of who said what, where and when. Midfield Press has created the Expansion News & Rumor Tracker as a monthly installment following the word on the web about possible future North American Soccer League clubs.
It seems like every week lately the Strikers give us plenty of material and this week is no different. The unbeaten streak continues, Tampa is coming to town and the ownership is leaving town, that should about cover it !!! Joining us this week is Julius James live in the
The Ft. Lauderdale Domino
In May 2016, Managing Director Luis Cuccatti informed players and staff of the Strikers they would no longer be receiving their pay by direct deposit, and instead checks were going to be issued – but they were late. Again. This was not the first time it had
In 2010, the United Soccer Leagues and the Team Owner’s Association, a group of club owners who disagreed with the direction of USL, were at war. The TOA broke off from USL and would go on to form the new North American Soccer League. Intervening to save the 2010 season,
League expansion news and rumors pop up regularly and it is hard to keep track of who said what, where and when. Midfield Press has created the News & Rumor Tracker as a monthly installment following the word on the web about possible future North American Soccer League clubs. As
Fair warning: This is a promotion and relegation article. As such, it will not be for many readers. If you find discussion on the topic of promotion and relegation upsetting, for the sake of your blood pressure, turn back now. All others, proceed.
Let’s get this out of the way: Promotion