The United Soccer League announced its 2018 conference alignment this morning on its website. Of note, Orlando City B is on hiatus (i.e., they won’t be back), new additions Indy Eleven, North Carolina FC, Atlanta Twonited, and Nashville FC will all be in the Eastern Conference this season. St. Louis FC is moving back to the West, and their fans are understandably unhappy about it.
Given the influx of former NASL players to rosters in Cincinnati and Tampa Bay, plus four new teams in the division, the East is once again going to be (mostly) a murderer’s row of teams vying for the chance to knock Louisville City from its throne.
Good luck, losers.
COME ON, CITY!