PASL's Tijuana Team Sold, Renamed Toros Mexico

Date: Sep 11, 2012
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PASL's Tijuana Team Sold, Renamed Toros Mexico


9/11/12 - The Professional Arena Soccer League announced it has approved the sale of Revolucion Tijuana to Joe Pollard, who guided the team to a team-best 10-6 record last year as Head Coach.

The rights to the name Revolucion Tijuana will stay with the previous owners Ramon Quezada and Eduardo Velez.

With the sale of the team finalized, Pollard unveiled a new name and a new logo for the 2012/13 season.  The team, which has played the last three seasons in the PASL,  will now be known as Toros Mexico.

"We would like to thank Ramon and Eduardo for their hard work in establishing a PASL foothold in the Tijuana market," said PASL Commissioner Kevin Milliken.  "At the same time the baton has been handed to Joe Pollard and we look forward to a new and exciting chapter of PASL arena soccer in Tijuana."

The Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL-Premier) affiliate of the Toros, Toros Premier, went 6-2 in the recently completed summer season and Pollard has been conducting a series of tryouts throughout the offseason.


The new website is live and features the new Toros logo.

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, Rockford Rampage, and Sacramento Surge have been added for the 2012/13 season.  The Tulsa Revolution and Tucson Extreme have been added for the 2013/14 season.  The PASL-Premier just completed 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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