Forgive me for intruding on your supporter's subthread, but I think I have an idea for y'all: It would be cool if your supporters club (when established) got together with Colorodo's supporters and established some sort of a derby a la Brimstone Cup (created by Fire and Burn supporters). It would be mutual beneficial due to the fact that the Rapids have no real rival in the league and your team would have something to play for late in the season if the opening campaign isn't that successful. It would also go a long way in building unity among fans by giving them another reason to travel to your closest rival. Forgive me, I'm from the east and for all I know the trip from SLC to Denver takes ten hours but it's just a thought. For the uninitiated, a derby (pronounced Dhaaaar-Bee by US soccer analyists) is a season-long aggregate goal competition between two arch rivals. Granted, in most leagues such teams only meet twice(Rangers-Celtic aside), but it may be something you in SLC should consider. The Rapids have a SSS on the horizon about the same time as the proposed one for your team so a strong rivalry is a good foundation to add to the excitement they will bring. Plus, that Dela-Tores guy on the Rapids is just about the ugliest guy ever so that can be the hatred you need to start a heated rivalry. You could even come up with a cool trophy or title for the each year's winner like "Rocky Mountain Cup" or "King of the Mountains". Sorry for the intrusion. My teams are all in a rut right now and posting to their discussion threads will either give me a heartattack or make me cry: The Rev's blew a two goal lead to the Mutts and probably won't make the playoffs, ManU needed an own goal at the final whistle to tie Bolton, and Olympique Marseilles lost 2-0 to a team I can neither pronounce nor spell. Good luck with your new team! I can't say I'll ever be a supporter, but I hope you give em heck in the west. If anyone is ever interested, there is room for a SLC site in the Matchnight.com network. Though the forums on BigSoccer are better, the sites on the network are the best independent sources of US soccer news anywhere. I'd contact the administrators of the various sites to find out what it takes to run one.