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Scout the NASL: Oct. 16 - Oct. 22

Your weekly analysis of the NASL

Empire of Soccer

The Cosmos can clinch a spot in the playoffs if they defeat the Jacksonville Armada. While the Originals will be looking to capture another Soccer Bowl, other teams are gearing for next season. Let’s find out what’s going on around the NASL.

FC Edmonton

The Eddies looked good to start off the Fall Season, but it looks as if they’re kicking the cans in hopes for better season next year. Miami FC proved to be too much for Edmonton as they defeated the Eddies 2-0.

The final match for Edmonton against Puerto Rico FC will be played at Austin Tindall Park in Florida. 50% of the ticket sales will go towards the hurricane relief.

Take a look at these brief highlights of young keeper Tyson Farago, who continues to develop into one of the NASL’s top net-minders.

Indy Eleven

Indy’s contest against Puerto Rico was played for pride and relief, especially since both are mathematically eliminated from playoff contention.

Jacksonville Armada FC

Take an in-depth look at Armada owner Robert Palmer, who has done his share of transforming Jacksonville into one of the most exciting teams in the league.

Jacksonville really need a win against the Cosmos, especially after their frusturating draw with FC Edmonton.

Miami FC

Stefano Pinho’s goal against the Indy Eleven was good enough for the NASL Play of the Week.

Miami won the Spring Season, but can they win the Fall too? They currently sit a the top of the table with 30 points.

North Carolina FC

Here’s NCFC’s current playoff scenarios.

Puerto Rico FC

Nothing new out of Puerto Rico this week.

San Francisco Deltas

The Deltas clinched home field in the semifinals after their 1-1 draw with North Carolina.

Interesting Read

San Diego’s newest NASL team revealed their name, logo and colors for next season. Take a look.

The 12th edition of the NASL Team of the Week came out, and the Cosmos’ own Dejan Jakovic made the list.

Inside the NASL did a special on Danny Szetela, who has appeared in over 100 NASL games for New York.