Major Arena Soccer League 2

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Major Arena Soccer League 2
Founded December 2, 2017; 2 months ago (2017-12-02)
Country United States (8 teams)
Confederation Confederación Panamericana
de Minifutbol (CPM)
Number of teams 10
Domestic cup(s) U.S. Open
TV partners ESPN3
MASL TV Live on YouTube
Website www.m2soccer.com
2017–18 season

The Major Arena Soccer League 2 (M2) is a North American indoor soccer that serves as the developmental league of the Major Arena Soccer League[1]. M2 is an affiliated member of the World Minifootball Federation (WMF), the governing body of the sport.

History

M2 launched in 2017 to " provides an outlet for teams to either reorganize for a re-emergence in the MASL or an avenue for teams to compete in smaller markets in hopes of rising to MASL status"[2]. It was announced that M2 would have between 8 and 12 teams[3].

Sponsorship

The official game ball is made by Mitre[4][5].

Teams

Team City/Area Arena Founded Joined Coach
Eastern Conference
Chicago Mustangs Hoffman Estates, Illinois Grand Sports Arena 2012 2017 TBD
Cincinnati Swerve Fairfield, Ohio Gametime Training Center 2014 2017 TBD
Colorado Blizzard[6] Denver, Colorado Denver Coliseum 2010 2017 John Wells
Waza Flo Flint, Michigan Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center 2008 2017 Dominic Scicluna
Mario Scicluna
Muskegon Risers Muskegon, Michigan L.C. Walker Arena 2014 2017 Ben Ritsema
Western Conference
Arizona Impact Glendale, Arizona Arizona Sports Complex 2013 2017 Mike Cudmore
Colorado Inferno F.C. Colorado Springs, Colorado SoccerHaus COS 2017 2017 TBD
Las Vegas Knights SC Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas SportsPark 2017 2017 TBD
Ontario Fury II Upland, California The Upland Sports Arena 2017 2017 TBD
San Diego Sockers 2 San Diego, California Valley View Casino Center 2017 2017 Jeff Hughes

References

  1. ^ Brown, Kirk. "New Anderson soccer team apologizes for 'confusion' over its league affiliation". Independent Mail. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  2. ^ Schaub, Joshua. "From the desk of Commissioner Schaub". MASL. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  3. ^ "Digest (Sept. 19): MASL places Blast in Eastern Division". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  4. ^ Husted, Jeff. "MASL ANNOUNCES LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIP WITH MITRE". MASL. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  5. ^ "MASL Announces Long-Term Partnership With Mitre". Harrisburg Heat. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 
  6. ^ "Colorado Blizzard - September 19, 2017". Youtube. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 

External links

  • Official Site
  • MASL Official Site
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