FC Sparta and Zanesville will be joining the Midwest Great Lakes Conference and will be competing against the likes of AFC Cleveland, Detroit City FC, FC Buffalo, and the Erie Admirals.Zanesville will play their home matches at Foxfire Field, the former home of Maysville HS. “My goal is to build a strong fan base, build some strong regional rivalries, and win the Great Lakes Conference,” Chairman Scott A. White commented. White hopes the team will be instrumental in growing soccer in Southeast Ohio.
The Stallions, led by Alfred Hoviss, appear to be one of the most ambitious clubs in recent memory. They have set high expectations for their inaugural season, including the goal of winning their conference and making to the NPSL’s championship round. They also have impressive plans to engage local communities including charitable projects, exhibition matches, and Hispanic outreach programs.
Las Vegas’s squad will reflect the diversity of their city, a team that will include players from Switzerland, Serbia, Mexico and South America. A model club in the making, the Stallions plan to run their organization in a way that is family-friendly. “We want to send the right message,” Hoviss declared. “We want to infuse family values, strength, and discipline.”Their motto of “Never Run Alone” makes players Stallions for life, an exciting prospect as their players strive to make it to the next level. The Cape Coral Hurricanes are one of several new Florida clubs. They will be playing their home matches at the beautiful Cape Coral High School, a stadium that holds over 2,400 fans. It also has many modern amenities, including an excellent pitch, two large concession stands, and an enclosed press box. The Hurricanes plan to be a visible part of their local youth soccer community, one of the largest in the state. JP Terrasi, the team’s majority MORE>>>>