• St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush improved their record to 2-4 when they defeated Detroit Waza Flo, 7-6 in front of 6,486 enthusiastic fans Saturday night at the Family Arena. The loss dropped Detroit's record to 3-5. The first half of the game saw sparse scoring with only one goal in each quarter. Daniel Martini Mattos put the Waza Flo on the board first at 8:19 when he stole the ball from Ambush forward Blake Ordell and kicked a low shot past Ambush goalkeeper Greg Crook. The opening pe

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush (1-4) are back in action when they host Detroit Waza Flo (3-4) for the first time at the Family Arena, this Saturday, December 13 at 7:35 p.m. A tribute to the 1994-95 Ambush team that captured the NPSL Championship will be held at halftime and fans will have the opportunity to get autographs beginning at 6:00 p.m. The first 5,000 fans in attendance will receive a free 1994-95 Ambush collage poster (pictured at right), compliments of Mercy, the official m

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush added experience, skill and leadership to their roster today – and they did so by signing one player. St. Louis indoor soccer veteran Jeff DiMaria was signed today, team owner Andrew Haines announced. “Jeff is the total package,” Haines said. “He has experience, outstanding technical skills, a tremendous work ethic, and is a leader on and off the field.” DiMaria has six seasons of professional indoor soccer experience. He played five seasons wit

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush dropped to 1-4 on the season when they suffered a 9-3 loss at the hands of the Milwaukee Wave (4-2) Saturday night in Milwaukee. Neither team scored in the first quarter. Milwaukee drew first blood when Pablo Da Silva scored on a long shot at 3:24 of the second quarter. The Ambush answered when an Elvir Kafedzic restart shot hit the boards and was caught by Chad Vandegriffe (right), who buried it past goalkeeper Nick Vorberg to even the score at 7:17. The

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush make their only trip of the 2014-15 MASL season to Milwaukee when they clash with the Wave this Saturday, December 6 at 6:05 p.m. St. Louis enters Saturday's contest looking to improve on their 1-3 record and to earn a win against the Milwaukee squad that has prevailed in both previous meetings this season, while the Wave will try to improve on their 3-2 record. Even though the Wave defeated the Ambush 8-4 in their most recent duel, on November 28 at the

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush fell to the Milwaukee Wave in an 8-4 contest Friday night, November 28 at the Family Arena. If it felt like deja vu to the Ambush players, that feeling was not without good reason. The Wave defeated the Ambush in their November 8 home opener by the same score. The Ambush started strong, drawing first blood just 48 seconds into the game, when Elvir Kafedzic scored off a pass from Odaine Sinclair. Milwaukee answered when Marcio Leite found Marcelo Fontana w

  • St. Charles, MO – Get your fill of turkey on Thursday, shop the deals on Friday, then come to the Family Arena Friday night to sit back and enjoy the St. Louis Ambush in action against the Milwaukee Wave. Both teams enter Friday's battle riding the momentum of victory. The Ambush defeated the Chicago Mustangs in an 8-7 thriller on the road Saturday night (November 22) while the Wave shut out Detroit 4-0 on on the road the same night. Friday's duel is the second of three matches between the Amb

  • ST. CHARLES, MO – Jamar Beasley, who appeared in one of the three St. Louis Ambush games thus far this season, has been released by the team. “We had high hopes for Jamar here, but it turns out it just wasn't a good fit for him or for the team,” said Ambush owner Andrew Haines. “Our goal remains to put an exciting and competitive team on the field, and we will continue to consider roster changes and upgrades going forward to make that happen.” For more information about the St. Louis A

  • The St. Louis Ambush are enjoying the sweet taste of payback pie. The Ambush earned their first victory of the 2014-15 MASL season when they coralled the Chicago Mustangs 8-7 at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois Saturday night (November 22). The Mustangs had defeated the Ambush just one week earlier at the Family Arena. Bryan Moya struck first for Chicago when his shot from outside the penalty area found the back of the net just 40 seconds into the game. Moya put Chicago up by two at

  •   St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush take to the road for the first time in the 2014-15 season when they travel to the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates to face the rival Chicago Mustangs Saturday night at 7:05 p.m. The Ambush are seeking to avenge an 8-3 loss at the hands of the Mustangs last Saturday (November 15) at the Family Arena in St. Charles. The two teams played a close contest in the first half of that encounter, with Chicago holding a 3-2 advantage in the first half. The s