Arena Football League
The 2014 Arena Football League season gets underway for the Philadelphia Soul on Saturday night in Phoenix as they visit the Arizona Rattlers, the team that has defeated them in the last two Arena Bowls.
The Philadelphia Soul are a victory over Jacksonville away from a birth in the Arena Bowl.
The Philadelphia Soul beat the Utah Blaze 69-33 in their home finale on Friday night.
The Philadelphia Soul will look to get back over .500 on Saturday night as they welcome the New Orleans VooDoo to South Philadelphia.
The Arena Football League is taking expansion to a global level with plans to export their 50-yard fields and high-scoring offenses to Asia.
Just two games left in the regular season for the Arena League’s Philadelphia Soul. One of them is Sunday night as they host Spokane.
Sitting at 11-3, the Philadelphia Soul have clinched the Arena Football League’s Eastern Division and home field advantage throughout the American Conference playoffs.
Former Temple standout Adam DiMichele is now playing for the Philadelphia Soul.
On Saturday, the Soul will try to avoid a let down as they host a 1-9 Orlando Predator team.
It’s a critical Eastern Division showdown for the Philadelphia Soul on Sunday as they visit the Cleveland Gladiators.
After opening the 2012 Arena Football League season with road wins in New Orleans and Pittsburgh, the Philadelphia Soul play their home opener on Sunday evening at the Center against the Cleveland Gladiators.
On Saturday, at the Eagles’ NovaCare complex in South Philadelphia, the Soul will hold an open player tryout.
Plank replaces Mike Hohensee, who resigned at the end of the 2010 season (6-12).
He replaces Mike Hohensee, who resigned at the end of this past season — a season that saw Philadelphia go 6-12.
The Philadelphia Soul are set to close the curtain Friday night on their 2011 Arena Football League season as they host the Pittsburgh Power at the Wells Fargo Center.