List of North American Soccer League seasons

North American Soccer League is the 2nd Division of professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. As of 2014, it consists of 10 teams: 8 in the United States and 2 in Canada. The league has played since 2011 and replaced the USSF Division 2 Professional League as the second highest level of soccer in the United States and Canada.

List of seasons

The following is a list of all NASL seasons. It contains the number of teams, the number of regular-season games played per team, the champion—winner of the NASL Soccer Bowl, the winners of the regular-season (Woosnam Cup), starting in 2013 the winner of the Spring and a Fall seasons, the winner of the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP), the top scorer(s)—winner of the Golden Boot, and the regular-season average attendance.

Season Teams Games Champion Woosnam Cup Spring Fall MVP Top scorer Att. Ref
2011 8 28 NSC Minnesota Stars Carolina RailHawks Etienne Barbara Etienne Barbara 3,770 [1]
2012 8 28 Tampa Bay Rowdies San Antonio Scorpions Pablo Campos Pablo Campos 3,806 [2]
2013 8 26 New York Cosmos Carolina RailHawks Atlanta Silverbacks New York Cosmos Georgi Hristov Brian Shriver 4,670 [3]
2014 10 27 San Antonio Scorpions Minnesota United Minnesota United San Antonio Scorpions Miguel Ibarra Christian Ramirez 5,501 [4]

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