Memphis City FC needs to play Minnesota United FC
We all know that the American soccer system is rigged. It is corrupt and favors the rich.
Minnesota United FC is a team that exemplifies the term, "Bought, not Built." They bought their way into Major League Soccer, and lost their first two games by a combined 11-2.
On the other hand, Memphis City FC is the example of what it takes to succeed in a non-traditional soccer market.
This winter, Chattanooga FC, a team in Memphis City FC's league, played Atlanta United in front of 12,000 fans; which opposes the statement MLS commissioner Don Garber made that nobody in his league wants to play "in front of 4000 fans."
It is about time to expose the soccer system and pit the two sides against each other.
Sign this petition to support Memphis City FC, an NPSL team, playing Minnesota United FC, an MLS team who bought their way into the league.
The game would be played at the historic Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee, which holds 62,000 people.
By signing this petition, you are supporting Memphis City FC, the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the change to a corrupt soccer system, and potentially Promotion/Relegation for the US Soccer Federation.