MASL ANNOUNCES SECOND CENTRAL CUP TOURNAMENT

St. Charles, Missouri (September 23, 2021) – Four teams from the Major Arena Soccer League and MASL2 will participate in the second Central Cup pre-season tournament, the teams announced today. The Kansas City Comets, St. Louis Ambush, Wichita Wings and Omaha Kings FC are the participating teams. This is the second Central Cup tournament. The Comets won the inaugural tournament in December, 2020.

Sept. 23, 2021  |  Written by Jim Fossell  |  St. Louis Ambush

The Kansas City Comets, St. Louis Ambush, Wichita Wings and Omaha Kings FC are the participating teams…

The tournament is slated for November 12 and 13, 2021 according to the following schedule:

  • November 12, 2021: Wichita Wings at Kansas City Comets at 7:05 p.m. CT
  • November 12, 2021: Omaha Kings FC at St. Louis Ambush at 7:35 p.m. CT
  • November 13, 2021: Kansas City Comets vs Omaha Kings FC at the Family Arena at 3:30 p.m. CT
  • November 13, 2021: Wichita Wings at St. Louis Ambush at 7:05 p.m. CT

If one of the teams has two wins and the other three each have one, that team will be the tournament champion. If two teams each have two wins, the winner will be determined by:

1. Head-to-head
2. Goals against
3. Goal differential

Tickets for the Kansas City and St. Louis games will go on sale soon and be available at ticketmaster.com. As a bonus, one ticket covers both games for the November 13 double-header in St. Louis.

Watch each team’s respective websites and social media outlets for information when tickets go on sale.

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More information about the MASL can be found at maslsoccer.com, and information regarding the M2 can be found at m2soccer.com.

Original Article published on the MASL website can be found here:
MASL Announces Second Central Cup Tournament

About the Major Arena Soccer League

The Major Arena Soccer League represents the highest level of professional arena soccer in the world. The MASL is a 4 tier pyramid league consisting of professional and semi-professional men’s arena soccer teams.  The Omaha Kings play at the professional level in the MASL 2 (second tier), backed by the Major Arena Soccer League (top tier).  The remaining pyramid consists of the M3 (third tier and semi-pro), and the PASL (fourth tier and amateur).  The Omaha Kings FC launched in 2019 playing at the PASL level,  making the jump to M3 for the 2020 – 2021 season, and are currently playing provisionally in the M2. The Kings are proud to represent the Major Arena Soccer League with teams residing in both the M2 and M3 levels.  For more information about the MASL, MASL 2 and the M3, visit their websites at the links below:

About the Omaha Kings FC

The Omaha Kings FC are the only Men’s Professional Arena Soccer team in the state of Nebraska, proudly representing the Major Arena Soccer League at the 2nd and 3rd levels.  The club embodies a grassroots focus, consisting of mostly local talent seeking pathways to play soccer professionally.  Launching in 2019 in the Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL), the Kings built a huge momentum making the jump to M3 for the 2020-2021 season. During the 20/21 M3 season, our local and hungry talent exceeded expectations, prompting the MASL to invite them to play a provisional year at the M2 level. In just two short years of its existence, the club now houses 2 men’s teams, playing at the professional level (M2) and semi-professional level (M3) in the Major Arena Soccer League pyramid. The Kings wrapped up their M3 inaugural season bringing home the first ever National Championship title in the history of the M3 Arena Soccer League. The M2 team finished out their provisional season with a 6-8 record, rallying 5 straight wins through the latter half and missing the wildcard playoff spot by just one match.

The club was founded and is operated by Argentinian native Emmanuel Viel and his wife, Omaha native, Natalie Viel (Troutman).  Serving as General Manager is Carlos Viel, a former professional soccer player from Necochea, Argentina.  Head coach is Emmanuel Viel, with Assistant Coach and Bellevue native, Brian Locke. To learn more about the Omaha Kings, visit their website at omahakingsfc.com.

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