Wichita Wings (2011–13)

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For the MISL/NPSL team that folded in 2001, see Wichita Wings.
Wichita Wings
Wichita Wings logo.svg
Founded 2011
Dissolved 2013
Stadium Hartman Arena
Ground Capacity 6,500[1]
Owner Wink Hartman [2]
Head Coach United States LeBaron Hollimon
League MISL
2012-13 7th MISL

The Wichita Wings were an expansion team for the Major Indoor Soccer League that began play in Hartman Arena, November 2011.[3] The Wichita Wings, in this formation, were a revitalized version of the original Wings franchise that played in the MISL and NPSL for 22 years, before folding in 2001.[2] This incarnation of the Wings shut down after the 2012-13 Major Indoor Soccer League season. They were replaced by a new team called the Wichita B-52s who play in the Professional Arena Soccer League, which later became the Major Arena Soccer League.


Season League Regular Season Playoffs Avg. Attendance
2011–12 MISL III 3rd Central Division, 7-15 Did Not Qualify 3,808
2012–13 MISL III 7th MISL, 7-19 Did Not Qualify 2,870
Total 14-24
Win % = .292%
Win % = N/A

Final squad[edit]

Updated February 7, 2012[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 United States MF Chris Lemons
3 United States MF Alex Moseley
4 United States FW Andrew Hoxie
9 Brazil FW Frederico Moojen
10 Brazil MF Tiguinho
11 Brazil FW Geison Moura
12 Cuba MF Miguel Ferrer
13 United States MF Michael Mesle
14 Trinidad and Tobago FW Kareem Yearwood
No. Position Player
15 England FW Edvin Worley
16 United States DF Kevin Ten Eyck
18 Mexico DF Adrian Gonzalez
19 Mexico MF Daniel Villegas
20 United States DF Brady Bryant
21 United States GK Nic Martinez
23 Mexico DF Victor Quiroz
25 Brazil GK Sanaldo Carvalho
77 Brazil MF Andre Berenzon
99 United States FW Matt Clare


  1. ^ [1] Archived February 5, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b [2] Archived December 30, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "The KSCW Crew". Kwch.com. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)". Misl.stats.pointstreak.com. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 

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