This was posted in the W-League-is-dead thread yesterday: http://www.masslive.com/sports/2015/12/new_england_mutiny_excited_to.html Leaking the foundation of a new league, spearheaded by the New England Mutiny (who were very unhappy with WPSL recently) and picking up a few W-League orphans. Well, now it's been "officially" announced: http://nesoccertoday.com/?p=39892 It's up to 8 teams instead of the 5 listed yesterday, though the "New Jersey Valkyries" from the first article are not mentioned in today's article (unless by a different name) the Valkyries are TSF. Two of the teams are in Ontario, though those are still pending approval from the CSA. Still no teams outside of the northeast. The league will be pro-am like WPSL was. Still no sign of a website, from what I can tell, though. I'm definitely interested in the very last blurb, saying that there are apparently predetermined DII provisions that clubs/leagues can meet. USSF never officially declared WPSL or the W-League as a DII league, so I'm very curious as to what those DII provisions are.