Reading franchise in National Premier Soccer League readingeagle.com From our news staff 2/7/2009 Gameface International, LLC of Wyomissing has acquired the rights for a franchise in the National Premier Soccer League for the 2009 season. FC Reading Revolution will play in the Northern Region's Keystone Conference in the league for national team, former and current college, foreign, amateur, former professional and youth players. Home games will be played at Albright College's Shirk Stadium, starting Saturday, May 16, against Buffalo City FC at 7 p.m. The regular season will end in July, with the playoffs scheduled the weekend of July 18-19. The head coach will be longtime Berks scholastic coach Mike Moyer, who spent four seasons in the USL pro ranks with the Philadelphia Freedom and Reading Rage. Moyer will be assisted by Eric Puls, the FC Revolution club founder who coached and played during the Rage's pro seasons. The NPSL is the successor of the Men's Premier Soccer League, which formed in 2002, and is sanctioned by the U.S. Adult Soccer Association. There are teams throughout the country. Pennsylvania teams include the Stoners in the Lehigh Valley, Pocono Snow and Lancaster Inferno. Information about the new team, including tryout dates, will be posted on the FC Revolution Web site www.fcrevolution.com.