The Dallas Sidekicks’ first playoff appearance since 2015 ended Sunday following two narrow defeats to 2nd place Ontario. In the first leg, held in Ontario…
The Sidekicks, despite finishing with a 1-10 record, are heading to the playoffs for the first time since the 14/15 season, and the first time since Simon Bozas took over as head coach.
The Dallas Sidekicks have been selected by the Ontario Fury to be their first-round playoff opponent in the 2021 MASL Playoffs.
For the very first time under coach Simon Bozas’ reign, the first time since the 2014-15 season, the Dallas Sidekicks are going to the MASL playoffs.
The 2021 Major Arena Soccer League is down to just seven remaining competitors, as the Harrisburg Heat, Rochester Lancers, and Utica City FC have dropped out for the season.
The Dallas Sidekicks have already begun their 2020-2021 Major Arena Soccer League campaign, an abbreviated season featuring a smaller slate of teams.
The Dallas Sidekicks have landed a new television deal, with 8 weekend home games to air on TXA21 during the 2020-2021 season.
Tatu’s signing as the inaugural head coach for the Mesquite Outlaws last summer was hardly a surprise but it signaled a change in the local indoor soccer weather.
The Dallas Sidekicks and St. Louis Ambush have announced a new pre-season Cup called the Central Cup that will take place this December.
With the Major Arena Soccer League electing to simply end its season early and, for now, forgo playoffs, that means it’s time to unpack just what all went down with the Dallas Sidekicks this past season.