The Major Arena Soccer League will be split into two conferences for the 2022-23 season, the league announced on Wednesday.
The Eastern and Western Conferences will house seven teams each.
Eastern Conference – Baltimore, Florida, Harrisburg, Kansas City, Milwaukee, St Louis, Utica City
Western Conference – Chihuahua, Dallas, Empire, Mesquite, Monterrey, San Diego, Tacoma
Teams will play 24 games, 12 home and 12 away. Each team will play a balanced two home and two away out of conference games and 10 home and 10 away in conference games.
“We worked hard this year to achieve a schedule that balances competition between clubs with the economic factors of travel,” MASL commissioner Keith Tozer said in a statement. “We are excited to begin the season with the 1-70 Series and opening weekend and look forward to a successful year on and off the field for our members and fans.”
The Ron Newman Cup Playoffs format will be announced next week.
A full schedule will be announced at a later date, the league said.