The Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League’s 2012 schedule will feature one game and one game only.
After a trying winter, CMISL president Mel Kowalchuk has confirmed that defending champion Calgary United FC will face the Edmonton Drillers in Cowtown on the weekend of April 21 for the league championship. Kowalchuk said the winner of that game will earn the right to go to Anaheim in October for a North American championship that will feature the top teams from the U.S. and Mexico.
But Kowalchuk expects the indoor league to rebound in 2012-2013 — and could feature as many as five teams.
Last season, just three teams — Calgary, Edmonton and the Winnipeg Alliance — competed in the CMISL schedule. In November of 2011, Alliance owner Tony Pesce confirmed that he would no longer run the team.
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