TACOMA, WA— While the Tacoma Stars prepare for their first full season in the Major Arena Soccer League, another indoor soccer group is also organizing for its upcoming campaign. The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) was launched in 2014 as an elite amateur indoor league for the region. The WISL is coming back and there could be nearly twice as many clubs competing this season.
“Last season went really well,” says WISL Commissioner John Crouch. “We met our goals of providing a solid league with organized clubs, great matches and a high level of play.” The WISL also began a working relationship with local indoor soccer referees. The season culminated in February with a sell-out crowd at the Tacoma Soccer Center cheering a Tacoma Stars league title.
The WISL has been contacted by indoor clubs around the western half of the United States, including California, Colorado and Arizona. There…
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