Premier Arena Soccer League

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Premier Arena Soccer League
Founded1997; 26 years ago (1997)
CountryUnited States
ConfederationWorld Minifootball Federation
Number of teams17 (M), 15 (W)
Level on pyramid3
Domestic cup(s)U.S. Open
Current championsMetro Louisville (M)
Chicago Mustangs (W)
Most championshipsVitesse Dallas (2)

The Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL) is an indoor soccer league with mostly semi-professional teams; along with a number of amateur teams across North America. The PASL was previously known as the Federation of Sports Arenas (FSA).[1] The PASL logo formerly belonged to what is now the Major Arena Soccer League.

Teams play in regional competition to keep travel costs to a minimum. The champion of each region then compete in a playoff tournament to decide the league champion.

PASL currently runs a men's winter and summer league as well as women's summer league.[2] The winter league typically starts in December and ends in March. The summer league runs from May through early August.

PASL is an affiliated member of the Pan-American Minifootball Federation and the World Minifootball Federatio. In 2021, the PASL entered into a cooperative partnership with Major Arena Soccer League 2 (MASL2).[3]


PASL Men's clubs
Team City
Austin Emerald FC Austin, Texas
Austin Shootout FC Austin, Texas
Baton Rouge IFC Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Brew City Legends FC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Chicago Mustangs Hoffman Estates, Illinois
Cincinnati Swerve Cincinnati, Ohio
Detroit Waza Flo Melvindale, Michigan
Elizabethtown Ignite FC Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Houston Bolt FC Houston, Texas
Houston Fury FC Houston, Texas
FC Indiana Lions Lafayette, Indiana
Kansas City Barilleros FC Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City Cyclones Kansas City, Kansas
Kenosha United FC Kenosha, Wisconsin
Metro Louisville FC Louisville, Kentucky
Oklahoma City Oblivian Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Wichita Selection Wichita, Kansas
Youngstown Nighthawks Youngstown, Ohio
PASL Women's clubs
Team City
Austin Fierce United Austin, Texas
Chicago Mustangs Hoffman Estates, Illinois
Chihuahua Savage Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico
Cincinnati Sirens Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati Sirens Academy Cincinnati, Ohio
Columbus Eagles FC Columbus, Ohio
Dallas NXT Image Dallas, Texas
Dallas Select Dallas, Texas
Grand Rapids Wanderers Grand Rapids, Michigan
Houston Aspire FC Houston, Texas
New Mexico Lightning Albuquerque, New Mexico
Omaha Queens FC Omaha, Nebraska
San Antonio Slayers FC San Antonio, Texas
Turlock Express Turlock, California
Wichita Aero FC Wichita, Kansas

Men's champions[edit]

Year Summer Year Winter
1998 OTW Santa Clara
1999 OTW Santa Clara
2000 ISA 2000
2001 OTW Sacramento
2002 OTW Sacramento
2003 Bladium Hornets 2003–04 Minnesota Blast
2004 Tacoma Stars 2004–05 Mass Aztecs
2005 San Diego Fusion 2005–06 OTW Sacramento
2006 Cuernavaca 2006–07 Studio Brasil (Dallas)
2007 Stockton Pumas 2007–08 Detroit Waza
2008 OTW Santa Clara 2008–09 Vitesse Dallas
2009 OTW Santa Clara 2009–10 Tacoma Stars
2010 Fort Collins Fury 2010–11 Las Vegas Knights (by forfeit)
2011 OTW Santa Clara 2011–12 Vitesse Dallas
2012 Las Vegas Knights 2012–13 Bladium Rosal
2013 Las Vegas Knights 2013–14 Chicago Mustangs Premier
2014 Turlock Express Premier[4] 2014–15 Dallas Elite FC
2015 San Diego Sockers Premier 2015–16 Rio Grande Valley Devils
2016 No season 2016–17 Digitlog FC
2017 No season 2017–18 Tulsa Tornadoes
2018 No season 2018–19 Cincinnati Swerve 2
2019 No season 2019–20 Springfield Demize[5]
2020 No season 2020–21 Metro Louisville FC[6]
2021 No season 2021–22 Metro Louisville FC[7]

Women's champions[edit]

Year Team
2008 OTW Santa Clara
2009 Chico United
2010 Denver Sizzle
2011 Soccer World Elk Grove
2012 Soccer World Elk Grove
2013 Soccer World Elk Grove
2014 Arizona Impact
2018–19 Cincinnati Sirens
2019–20 Cincinnati Sirens
2020–21 Chicago Mustangs
2021–22 Cincinnati Sirens


  1. ^ "FSA". Archived from the original on October 11, 1999. Retrieved August 1, 2017.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  2. ^ PASL. "About PASL and PASL-Premier". Archived from the original on February 8, 2012. Retrieved January 23, 2012.
  3. ^ "PASL Forms Cooperative Partnership with M2". Premier Arena Soccer League website. Retrieved 14 March 2021.
  4. ^ "PASL Summer Tourney Results". 3 August 2014.
  5. ^ "Springfield Demize Crowned PASL National Champions". Springfield Demize. 14 October 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "Metro Louisville, Chicago Mustangs Women Take PASL Winter Nationals". Premier Arena Soccer League. April 1, 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. ^ "Sirens, Metro Add to their Trophy Cases at Winter Nationals". Premier Arena Soccer League. March 27, 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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