Monterrey Flash

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Monterrey Flash
Monterrey-Flash-logo.jpg
Founded 2011
Stadium Arena Monterrey
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Ground Capacity 17,500
Owner Gerardo Guerra
Manager Genoni Martínez
League Major Arena Soccer League
2014–15 1st, Southern Division
Playoffs: Champions
Website Club website

The Monterrey Flash, is a Mexican professional indoor soccer team based in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Founded in 2011 as part of the Liga Mexicana de Futbol Rapido Profesional (LMFRPro), the team made its debut in the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL)[1] with the 2013–14 season. The team plays its home games at the Arena Monterrey.

When it entered the PASL, the Monterrey Flash became the third Mexican team to be part of the US-based league, joining the Tijuana-based Toros Mexico[1] and Saltillo Rancho Seco. With the Toros not part of the re-branded Major Arena Soccer League, both Mexico-based teams were in the new Southern Division along with four teams based in Texas for 2014–15. In June 2015, citing sharp financial losses, the team announced its departure from the MASL.

History[edit]

In 2011, Monterrey Flash placed 1st in the LMFRPro. On November 3, 2013, at the first match of the 2013–14 season, Monterrey Flash set the PASL attendance record for a match with an attendance of 9,626.[2]

Year-by-year[edit]

League Champions Runners-Up Division Champions* Playoff Berth
Year League Reg. Season GF GA Finish Playoffs Avg. Attendance
2013–14 PASL 13–3 140 76 3rd, Central Divisional Final 5,857
2014–15 MASL 18–2 169 69 1st, Southern Champions 2,844


Roster[edit]

As of November 9, 2017.[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Mexico FW Erick Flores
2 Mexico DF Carlos Pichardo
3 Mexico DF Damian Garcia
4 Mexico DF Victor Baez
5 Mexico DF Hector Vallejo
6 Mexico DF Juan Sandate
7 Chile FW Chile Farias
8 Mexico MF Miguel Vaca
9 Brazil FW Lourenço Andrade
10 Mexico FW Efrain Martinez
11 Mexico FW Omar Santillan
No. Position Player
16 Mexico FW Armando Teran
17 Mexico GK Juventino Morales
18 Mexico MF Lucas Ayala
19 Mexico DF Alejandro Morales
20 Mexico FW Edgar González
21 Mexico MF Martin Moreno
22 Mexico FW Carlos Hernández
23 Mexico GK Juan de Dios Ibarra
28 Mexico FW Edgar Flores
30 Mexico GK Diego Reynoso
77 Mexico FW Brayan Aguilar

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