Have to give the FCE a lot of credit. raising attnendance by 1,000over the last two seasons. Continued steps in Making Clarke a better venue. The addition of the new turf without football lines makes a difference. Matches on CityTV in Edmonton opposed to the SN 360 in which many people do not have. Partnership with Alberta soccer stretching the FCE into Calgary as well as building a real Academy system. Of course becoming a winning franchise by adding some young players not on the MLS radar. No Coincidence that the new pitch, better attendance, and better local coverage has added to the on field success. Hoping that CSA and the NASL can execute a plan to add clubs in cities like Hamilton with the stadium and owner in place. As well as getting into Calgary where the Flames LP could add an NASL club to their stock of teams. With new USLPro and NASL clubs able to build a basic soccer stadium from anywhere between 3 million to 15 Million the Flames spend much more on reno's for Saddledome and McMahon. Calgary already has a minor league baseball stadium renovated in 2007 which only the Dino's baseball team as its only current tenant with no minor league teams currently existing. Victoria as well draws big for a PDL club and already has a stadium with several capacity set ups. Once the NHL gets secured in Quebec City both CFL and NASL clubs may be likley to follow. The only game in town their for the last two decades have been dominated by a local ownership group for Amateur Junior Hockey and CIS football. Once QC gets its taste back for being a Nationally reckognized club in the NHL, CFL and NASL may not be too far behind. With both sports and leagues being much less expensive to run and build a stadium that both clubs can use than the NHL club and its 400 Million dollar arena.