Tulsa Revolution Granted PASL Membership for 2013/14

Date: Jul 10, 2012
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Tulsa Revolution Granted PASL Membership for 2013/14

The Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) today announced it has granted approval to the Tulsa Revolution to join the league for the 2013-14 season.    

The ownership group is led by Adam Mellor, who founded the Tulsa Revolution, and Shannon Clark.  

The Revolution played one season in the American Indoor Soccer League, but when the league ceased operations following the 2007-08 season, Mellor's team was forced to go dark. "We have wanted to bring the team back for some time, but we have a bigger vision and bigger goals now," said Mellor.  "We believe the PASL is the right league to accomplish those goals, and we look forward to bringing professional arena soccer back to Tulsa next year."

 The Revolution have already agreed to terms with the 8,900 seat Tulsa Convention Center.    

"We are excited to welcome Adam, Shannon and the Revolution into the PASL as the first expansion team for the 2013/14 season," said PASL Commissioner Kevin Milliken. "Tulsa sports fans are in for a treat." 


About Professional Arena Soccer League and Premier Arena Soccer League


The PASL is a professional league which began play on October 25, 2008.  The league, entering its fifth season, consists of US teams, the CMISL (Canada), and the LMFR (Mexico).  The Dallas Sidekicks, Harrisburg Heat, Las Vegas Legends, and Tucson Extreme have been added for the 2012-13 season and the Tulsa Revolution has been added for 2013/14. The PASL-Premier is now in its 15th season as the nation's top amateur arena soccer league.  The PASL and PASL-Premier are members of Federacion Internacional de Futbol Rapido (FIFRA).

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