2005 Cincinnati Riverhawks

Discussion in 'United Soccer Leagues' started by PASoccer, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. PASoccer

    PASoccer New Member

    Mar 23, 2004
    Central PA
    The Cincinnati Riverhawks are playing in the Second Division starting in 2005. Does anyone know anything else about this team at all? Thanks.
  2. Mikey mouse

    Mikey mouse Member

    Jul 27, 1999
    Charleston, SC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Not much other than their are new owners and the debts left by Nick have been paid off.

  3. houndguy

    houndguy New Member

    Sep 5, 2001
    Pittsburgh, Pa
    And I seriously doubt the team will be called the Riverhawks.

    Way to much baggage.
  4. NORML

    NORML Member+

    Aug 9, 2002
    Lake Wobegon, MN
    NSC Minnesota Stars
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I was always fond of the Riverhawks logo:

    I did a quick search for Riverhawks and saw that the youth arm of the Riverhawks changed their name to Loveland Elite FC. IMO, that would be a cool name for the new club.
  5. Timbers_Roberto

    Timbers_Roberto New Member

    Jul 27, 2002
    Portland, Oregon
    I hope the new team is able to find a suitable venue. The place where the Riverhawks played was far from adequate.
  6. Allison A

    Allison A New Member

    Jun 6, 2001
    Portland, OR
    Oh come on, the old place had it's charm, with the sun gleaming off the freeway, and the intense heat coming off the metal bleachers and the AstroPlay (at least it was on the day I was there).

    How about the Cincinnati Carp for a name (in homage to WKRP)?

    Even on the "official" documents that were going around at the AOM, it just said "Cincinnati" so it's likely they haven't even decided on a name yet.
  7. Mathemagician

    Mathemagician New Member

    Apr 30, 2004
    That is one nice logo though

    THOMA GOL BigSoccer Supporter

    Jul 16, 1999
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    There are several nice facilities (in terms of the pitch itself) that I know would make a good home for the team, but these places are for the Select youth leagues, and lack an cozy stadium enviorn. There are a few high schools that have separate soccer fields (IMHO Sycamore H.S. has a nice "soccer only" field with stands).

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