Monday, November 12, 2007

Kansas City's Indoor Soccer Team

The Kansas City Comets folded a few years ago. Since then there's been no professional indoor soccer in KC. This year, though, there will be indoor soccer in KC. The Kansas City Kings, an expansion team in the Premier Arena Soccer League, will start play this season at the KC Soccer Dome. The PASL is the largest international amateur indoor soccer league in the world, and the Kings will be in the league's Midwest division with Piasa FC , Springfield Spirits, and Swanner United Futbol Club.

I haven't seen a schedule for the team's 2007/2008 season, but the team has released a release on their myspace page about upcoming tryouts for the team. The tryouts will be held on November 21st. You can read more about the tryout in their release, here.

Edit: I apologize, I forgot you had to be a friend of theirs to see their myspace page. You can view most of the information they have there on their page on the KC Soccer Dome's website.


szazzy said...

Alwyas good to see more soccer in the area, but what is it about every designer using that exact same u12 soccer ball in their logos?

Anonymous said...

glad to see they hired a former comets player to coach the team.