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Wichita Wings (2011–13)

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Dissolved  2013
Ground Capacity  6,500
League  MISL
Head coach  LeBaron Hollimon
Ground  Hartman Arena
Stadium  Hartman Arena
Owner  Wink Hartman
2012-13  7th MISL
Manager  LeBaron Hollimon
Founded  2011

The Wichita Wings were an expansion team for the Major Indoor Soccer League that began play in Hartman Arena, November 2011. The Wichita Wings, in this formation, were a revitalized version of the original Wings franchise that played in the MISL and NPSL for 22 years, before folding in 2001. This incarnation of the Wings shut down after the 2012-13 Major Indoor Soccer League season. They were replaced by a new team called the Wichita B-52s who play in the Professional Arena Soccer League, which later became the Major Arena Soccer League.

Final squad

Updated February 7, 2012 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

References

Wichita Wings (2011–13) Wikipedia


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