This season has not gone according to plan thus far for the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul.
A rugged opening stretch of the schedule continues for the Philadelphia Soul on Sunday as they visit San Jose.
The Philadelphia Soul are getting ready to embark on the 2014 Arena Football League season.
For a second straight year, the Philadelphia Soul will play for an Arena Football League championship. They will take on the Arizona Rattlers in Arena Bowl XXVI on Saturday in Orlando.
Dan Raudabaugh led Philadelphia to the Arena Bowl, throwing eight touchdown passes to help the Soul beat the Jacksonville Sharks 75-59 on Saturday night.
The Soul advanced to the American Conference Championship game after a 59-55 victory over the Orlando Predators Saturday night.
Just two games left in the regular season for the Philadelphia Soul. The first of those two will be Saturday night in San Jose against the SaberCats.
The Philadelphia Soul beat the Utah Blaze 69-33 in their home finale on Friday night.
There are just three games left in the regular season for the Philadelphia Soul, starting with their home finale on Friday night against the Utah Blaze.
The Soulhave won three straight and five of six, and this surge has them in position to clinch the Arena Football League’s East Division with a win on Saturday night in Cleveland.
The Philadelphia Soul will look to get back over .500 on Saturday night as they welcome the New Orleans VooDoo to South Philadelphia.
A Montgomery County staffing solutions and recruiting firm is teaming up with the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football team in late June in an effort to get more veterans into the workforce.
The Philadelphia Soul take to the road this weekend, visiting the Tampa Bay Storm on Saturday night.
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.
I think I’ve spent some time on this subject in the past: money. With each year, it becomes clearer that almost everyone who is involved in sports is in it for the money. Since the money is so plentiful, I thought it was worth at least one more commentary.