OK, so I know it isn't MLS, NASL, PDL, or even NPSL, but here is an idea. FC Tucson is basically a leagueless exhibition team, but they seem to have gained some momentum. Phoenix Monsoon is more of a marketing push than a real team, but at least they are trying. Arizona Sahuraros play in the NPSL; what is the point. Phoenix Pro Soccer may talk to the MLS and NASL, but without an indoor, natural grass, climate controlled stadium, it will never happen. Part of the problem is that not even hardcore fans are willing to sit in 100+ temps to support a local team during the summer. Maybe FC Tucson, Phoenix Pro Soccer, and the Monsoon should just form an Intra-Arizona Winter League. Founding members could be: FC Tucson Phoenix Monsoon AZ Sahuraros Examples of other Teams that could round out this league Tempe Devils (unofficial ASU men's team) The Chandler-Gilbert Union FC Glendale FC Casa Grande FC Mesa Have them play a regular season Oct-Jan. In Feb they play a tournament to determine an over all league winner. Top 3 teams offer their services to the MLS teams that come here to train in the winter. Make the games a community event. Encourage people to ride their bike to the game, bring their dog, pack a picnic lunch. Maybe even some tailgating. This could be done on a modest budget. No paid coaches, no paid players, only people with a love for the game. Use sponsors to cover the cost of kits and travel. ....who knows, it could grow into more.