P.A.S.L. Arizona Press Conference
Glendale, AZ - This past Thursday the owners of each Arizona Premier Arena Soccer League team met to discuss the upcoming season. Topics discussed were
promoting the league, their teams, referees as well as the upcoming season.
FOLLOW THE ARIZONA IMPACT ON FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER
It was decided to hold an official press conference at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, 1375 E. Broadway Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85040 on December 9th at 8pm. Here each team will showcase their brand, players, uniforms and their organization.
“This is an exciting time for indoor soccer in Arizona. Never before have four teams from Arizona participated in a P.A.S.L. season together. This will bring much needed attention to indoor soccer here in the Valley”, says Arizona Impact owner Patrick Fisher.
You can catch the Arizona Impact in action at 7:05pm this Saturday night at the Arizona Sports Complex, 3555 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd in Glendale as they host the P.A.S.L. season opener versus Digitlog FC from Avondale. The two teams last clashed during the summer each taking a win on their home field. It’s sure to be filled with excitement and lots of action!
The Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL) is a national amateur arena league that was started in 1997. Having just concluded its 18th year, the PASL is the largest international indoor/arena soccer league in the world. The PASL currently has 22 teams in 4 divisions across the USA. The PASL serves as a developmental league of the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL).
Teams play in regional competition to keep travel costs to a minimum. The champion of each region will then compete in an International final.
The PASL currently runs a winter and summer league. The winter league starts the 1st weekend in December and ends the 3rd weekend in March. The summer league runs from May through July. October 2008 marked the debut of the MASL, which was originally called the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL Pro).
The PASL is a member of the WMF World MiniFootball Federation http://mini.football/ and it’s confederation is the CPM (Confederacion Panamericana de Minifutbol). http://www.minifutbolamericas.com/