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  • St. Charles, MO – As a prelude to their 2015-16 season, the St. Louis Ambush are treating their fans to a free Fan Fest and pre-season exhibition game Saturday, October 3 at the Family Arena in St. Charles. Admission to the fan fest and parking at the Family Arena are free for this special event. Among the activities planned are a block party with music and inflatables for the kids, a special showing of the documentary "Whoomp There It Is: The Story of the 1995 NPSL Champion St. Louis Ambush,"

  • The Major Arena Soccer League has announced 20 teams confirmed for the 2015-16 season, with the possibility of more. Following is the league's official press release: The Major Arena Soccer League, North America's top arena soccer league, has named the 20 teams confirmed thus far for the 2015-16 season. Three expansion teams will join the league for the new season, as teams will begin play in Hartford, Conn., Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Sonora, Mexico. They join 17 teams returning from the previous s

  • The Major Arena Soccer League has issued a press release outlining rule changes for the upcoming 2015-16 season. That release is as follows: The Major Arena Soccer League executive committee has approved several rule changes that will go into effect for the 2015-16 season that are focused on player safety and penalties. Among the major rule changes for the new season, players will be assessed a two-minute penalty any time they engage in a two-footed tackle, regardless of whether or not they win

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush have signed veteran forward Elvir Kafedzic to a two year deal. The 2015-16 season will be Kafedzic's ninth in professional indoor soccer. “Elvir is a talented forward and adds a valuable veteran presence to the team,” said Ambush General Manager Andrew Haines in announcing the deal. Kafezic tallied 17 goals and 15 assists in 16 games for the Ambush last season. He compiled 74 goals and 30 assists thus far in his career. He has played for the St. Louis

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush have announced their final open tryouts prior to the 2015-16 season. Open tryouts offer prospective players the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in front of Head Coach Daryl Doran and staff. The final open tryouts are slated for Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13 at Vetta Sports, located at 1425 St Peters-Cottleville Road, St Peters, MO 63376. Players who make it through the open tryouts will be invited to attend future training camps

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush added another lethal scoring threat to their roster by signing veteran forward Frederico “Freddy” Moojen to a three-year deal. Moojen has tallied 126 goals and 50 assists in seven seasons with the New Jersey Ironmen, Chicago Storm, Omaha Vipers, Wichita Wings, Baltimore Blast and Dallas Sidekicks. Last season for the Sidekicks, Moojen led the team in goals (39), points (52), game-winning goals (4), and was tied for second in assists (13). He was fifth

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush added firepower to their 2015-16 roster when they signed Lucas Bunster Almeida on Monday. Almeida is coming off a standout rookie season that saw him register 23 goals and 19 assists in 19 games played for the Tulsa Revolution. He led the Revolution in goals, assists and points and was second on the team in blocks. The Sao Paulo, Brazil native also represented his home country as a member of Brazil's squad in the WMF Arena Soccer World Cup. Growing up in

  • St. Charles, MO -- Thirty-three participants made their bid to be the newest members of the St. Louis Ambush when the team held their first open tryout of the 2015-16 season Saturday and Sunday, June 27 and 28 at Vetta Sports in St. Peters. Head Coach Daryl Doran and staff put the new recruits through drills and scrimmages during the two sessions. Prior to announcing cuts at the end of Sunday's session, Doran urged players to keep working towards their goals. As an example, Doran pointed out th

  • St. Charles, MO -- Emanuel Forbes was enjoying his rookie season with the St. Louis Ambush when he suffered a torn lateral collateral ligament (LCL) in a January 3 game against the Missouri Comets at the Family Arena. Forbes posted four goals, four assists and five blocks in those nine games and quickly became a fan favorite for giving one hundred percent in every game and for the element of speed he added to the squad. Although the injury slammed the brakes on Forbes' season, he was down but n

  • Join Ambush players and Bushwhacker for two more FREE Women's World Cup Watch Parties on the 24-foot screen at Ballpark Village.The Watch Parties are sponsored by Ballpark Village, Fox Sports Midwest, Fox 2, Soccer Master, the Ambush and STL FCThe game will be shown outside on the 24-ft big screen on the Busch Stadium 2 Field. The 2nd game in the Group Stage will be this Friday, June 12 for Team USA at 7:00 p.m. against Sweden. A win will put Team USA in the Second Round.Kids can meet Bus

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