New Chapter in Buffalo’s Sports History: The Arrival of a Professional Soccer Club”.

New organization proposes bringing USL team to Buffalo

In the near future, Buffalo will have its own professional soccer club, thanks to the efforts of Peter Marlette Jr. and Buffalo Pro Soccer. Marlette, a Western New York native with experience in playing and managing soccer teams, is determined to make this vision a reality in Buffalo.

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has commended the plans to bring professional soccer to the city, adding to Buffalo’s reputation as a great sports city. The USL Championship currently features 24 men’s professional teams playing a 34-game regular season from March to October. As the only league sanctioned by U.S. Soccer’s Division II, USL Championship teams have a strong fan base, with an average of nearly 6,000 fans per game and some teams drawing more than 10,000 spectators regularly.

Marlette believes that Buffalo, known for its passion for sports, should have its own professional soccer club to join the growing soccer movement in the United States. He is committed to building a winning team that represents the hard work, resilience, innovation, and pride of the community. Marlette looks forward to collaborating with everyone who believes in Buffalo to write a new chapter in the city’s vibrant civic and sports history.

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