Just hypothetical, San Antonio could be prime city for an NWSL franchise. - In recent months USWNT has played a freindly at the Alomodome along with an open training session. They have also just returned for an open training session at Toyota Park. - Ownerhsip possibility: Spurs Sports and Entertainment. Owner of the San Anotonio Spurs bought the NBA team to assure that it stays in San Antonio. He is very into having pro sports franchises support the Community and vice versa. Since buying the Spurs he has gotten the At&T center built, Created the Spurs Sports and Entertainment. -Spurs S&E bought a dormat AHL franchise with the NHL Florida Panthers and moved them into the first class At&t Center and named them the Rampage. In 2005 Spurs S&E bought out the panthers and affiliated with Phoenix Coyotes and are now back as Florida Panthers AHL affiliate. -WNBA Silver Stars. After the 2002 season the NBA officially divested itself from the WNBA but each NBA club could keep their partnership with its brother NBA team on a franchise by franchise basis. The Utah Jazz decided not to keep their WNBA affiliation and Peter Holt bought the Utah franchise and moved them to San Antonio affliated themselves with the NBA Spurs through SS&E reanaiming them the Silver Stars and 2014 the Stars will be their official name. After not having much on court success for the first few years SS&E changed the culture and the Silver stars have been perenial playoff team. - Both the Rampage and the Stars have been branded with the Spurs Silver and black colors. - Stadium Toyota Park: although not owned or run by the Spurs is certainly a perfect modern SS stadium with a current capacity of 8K with all the modern amenities. Toyota Park is owned and would most likley welcome apaying tennant. It also is part of the Stars soccer complex with pitches and training facilities. -WNBA and NWSL cross promotion and synergy. A NWSL team owned by the SS&E would most likley take on the Brand colors of Balck and Silver and also have the stable ownership and commitment to promoting Women's pro sports in San Antonio as well as a Commitment to putting a winning team on the field. - San Antonio also closer to Mexico brder would bring more attention for the Mexican alloted playerslike Houston and also give Houston a Natural regional rival. Also I believe that Mexico pro soccer sides have played as a part of a double header with the Scorpians at Toyota Park. Currently there are 3 NWSL clubs that are close to the Canadian border Seattle, Portland, and Western New York in Rochester plus the possiblity of a Canadian city soon. Having franchises close to Mexico may help with the popuarity for Mexico soccer federation - Of course FC Dallas is also rumored to have interest in a sister club playing out of the other Toyota Park in Frisco and owned by the Hunt Family Just thought I would throw it out there and see what everyones thoughts are with a team in San Antone. Synergy with a strong ownership MLS club seems to be a solid way to go. Another way would be via another strong sports ownership group synergy with WNBA team along with other pro teams owned by Peter Holt and SS&E group that has passion for pro sports in his city of San Antone. Thoughts ???