XI Questions With… Little Rock Rangers Like much of the South, Little Rock, Arkansas is in the heart of SEC football country. The Razorbacks play most of their home games 2 and a half hours away in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where the University is located. Typically once per year, the NCAA team
XI Questions With… Boston City FC Foxborough, Massachusetts is about a 45 minute drive from downtown Boston. The Revolution represent New England in Major League Soccer, but some fans in the region’s urban centers like Boston, Providence and Hartford might find it more convenient to attend matches of a team a
XI Questions With… Birmingham Hammers Birmingham is one of the largest metro areas in the USA without MLS or one of the four major league pro sports. With a population of 1.1 million, Birmingham is a bigger TV market than established major league towns Buffalo, New Orleans and Jacksonville. The area
XI Questions With… Dayton Dynamo Ohio is the seventh most populous state in the USA, but unlike the six states ahead of it, there is no huge metropolitan area concentrating much of the state’s population. Ohio’s population is spread out among midsize and small cities. Columbus is home to MLS’s Columbus
XI Questions With… FC Arizona Phoenix is the 12th largest metropolitan statistical area in the United States, with a population of over 4.5 million residing around Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa, Arizona. Yet when MLS commissioner Don Garber rattles off his ever growing list of expansion candidate markets, Phoenix is rarely mentioned.
XI Questions With… Milwaukee Torrent Milwaukee has consistently supported soccer since the mid-1980s, in the form of the indoor game. The Milwaukee Wave, currently of MASL, drew between 6,000-8,000 fans per match from the late ‘80s through early 2000s. While the Wave’s attendance has dropped off in recent years, there is