The storied NASL team will mark its return to professional soccer in a rather understated way.
You too can find discount Cosmos and soccer gear, along with people willing to trade jerseys with you. Give us a few minutes and we'll tell you how.
Following an initial New York Cosmos relaunch that was defined by excess, this one seems to be rooted in far more realistic terms.
Assuming the Cosmos really take the field in 2013, it will mark the highest level that team has competed at in nearly 30 years.
The one-year-old NASL apparently has big expansion plans, with San Diego, Detroit, Indianapolis and Nashville among the reported possibilities.
You've probably never heard of him, but Etienne Barbara is tearing up NASL and could very well end up playing for a MLS team near you.
The NASL is obviously very image conscious right now. As its inaugural season gets ready to kick off on Saturday, we look at which teams have gotten their logos right and which have some work to do.
NASL CEO Aaron Davidson is not ready to concede his fledgling league's fate. He believes the owners have made the needed moves to secure second division sanctioning from the USSF.