LOUISVILLE, Ky. – On Jan. 7, the United Soccer League announced the addition of seven new clubs to the league, with six of the seven beginning play in 2016. One of the newest clubs, currently known only as USL San Antonio, will kick off their inaugural season in March.
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USL San Antonio
The United Soccer League announced the 31st member of the league will be based out of San Antonio, Texas, and is currently known as USL San Antonio. A logo and official club name are expected in the coming weeks.
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Owned and operated by the group that owns the National Basketball Association’s San Antonio Spurs, the USL is excited to have a group of owners who are so highly regarded in American professional sports.
“It is with great excitement that the USL welcomes Spurs Sports & Entertainment, one of the most admired organizations in the sports industry to our league,” USL CEO Alec Papadakis said. “The USL is confident the experience this prestigious organization brings, in addition to a state-of-the-art soccer specific stadium and a passionate fan base, this new club will make a major statement both on and off the field in our league.”
San Antonio will play their games at Toyota Field, a soccer-specific stadium in San Antonio opened in April 2013. Darren Powell, a former Orlando City SC academy coach, will coach San Antonio in its first season in USL. The club will begin play in 2016 as part of the USL’s Western Conference.