(MIAMI, Fla. April 4, 2013) – Two days from now… the waiting will be over when the 2013 North American Soccer League Spring Season kicks off on Saturday, April 6. The team that emerges on top of the standings after 42 games played between April 6 and July 4 will earn the right to host
April 13 – Newly-installed NASL commissioner David Downs tells INSIDER his budding league’s biggest rival is neither Major League Soccer nor North America’s other major sports leagues. He spoke to INSIDER’s Americas correspondent Matthew Grayson.
March 31 – Major League Soccer confirms first-ever participation in World Football Challenge, with Man Utd and Barca the international headliners… USA’s 2022 World Cup bid leader to head second-tier American league. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports from Atlanta.
31/12/09 U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati (pictured left) gives the rival United Soccer Leagues and North American Soccer League seven days to develop a plan which would allow a single Division II professional league to operate in 2010.
CHICAGO (Dec. 30, 2009) – The U.S. Soccer Board of Directors voted unanimously on Tuesday to not sanction either the USL or the NASL to operate a Division II professional league in 2010. The decision was made on the recommendation of the Professional League Task Force, which determined that neither organization on its own was
11/12/09 Montreal Impact are poised to become Major League Soccer’s 19th team… North American soccer leagues in talks with U.S. federation… Canadian FA approves budget and appoints national team coach.