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UPSL Announces Tennessee Expansion with We United FC

Memphis (Tenn.)-Based Pro Development Club Joins UPSLs New Mid-South Conference
Published Dec 13, 2019

December 13, 2019 – Los Angeles – The United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) is pleased to announce We United FC as a member kicking off with the 2020 Spring Season.

Based in Memphis (Tenn.), We United FC will begin UPSL play in the new Mid-South Conference Tennessee Division I. The club is finalizing its venue options in compliance with UPSL National Division standards.

United Premier Soccer League Mid-South Conference Manager Doug Kranz said, "We're cranking up the Mid-South Conference with a club with deep roots in the state, and it's a pleasure to welcome We United FC to the United Premier Soccer League. We United FC is embracing the opportunity to drive the game forward in its home state, and provide options for its Pro Development level players. We continue to target a 6-to-12 team setup in the new UPSL Mid-South Conference set to kick off with the 2020 Spring Season, and we wish We United FC success in the push to join the UPSL and grow the game."

We United FC began in 2004 and has previous experience in Greater Memphis Soccer Association, and various Memphis-based leagues. We United FC will compete exclusively in the UPSL.

Aminadab Morales is Owner and President of We United FC. David Fallin is Director of Operations. Thomas Mfodwo serves as Head Coach.

"We United FC is very excited to be a member of the UPSL. We're a club that's been playing for more than 10 years in Memphis, but we want to be more than just another team. We want to play on a national scale, in a National League, so that's why we've joined the UPSL. We have young players who want more; they want more competitive soccer and a better league, and to get their shot at playing professionally. We're doing this for the younger generation here in Memphis, and I think the UPSL is the right place for us," Morales said.

We United FC is planning to create a youth academy with competitive programs for boys and girls of all ages.

The club will announce its upcoming game schedule.

About We United FC

We United FC is an American Soccer club currently based in Memphis, Tenn., and a new member of the United Premier Soccer League. We United FC will begin play in the UPSL Mid-South Conference.

Founded in 2004, We United FC can participate in the qualifying rounds for the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup through their affiliation and membership with the UPSL, the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) and the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA).

Contact
Email: futbolws.weunited@gmail.com
Website: Coming soon!
Facebook: facebook.com/WeUnited04
Instagram: @we_united_
Twitter: @WeUnitedFC1

United Premier Soccer League

The UPSL was formed in 2011 and currently includes more than 300 teams in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. UPSL is the fastest growing Pro Development League in the USA, with 500-plus teams targeted for 2020 Spring Season. Each UPSL team is individually owned and operated, and is responsible for maintaining either UPSL Pro Premier Division or Championship Division minimum standards.

UPSL teams are all eligible to participate in the U.S. Open Cup Qualifying Rounds through the leagues affiliation with the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) and the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA).

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