The National Soccer League (NSL) is excited to announce the potential relaunch of the San Antonio Thunder in our league after federally re-registering its trademarks. The San Antonio Thunder has a rich history in soccer, having played in the North American Soccer League (NASL) during the 1970s. The team had a number of notable players on its roster, including Bobby Moore and Bob McNab from England, and a number of Scottish players such as Tommy Callaghan, Jim Forrest, and Harry Hood.
The San Antonio Thunder may not have had a long run in the North American Soccer League, but their legacy remains a part of the city’s sports history. The team’s passionate fans and dedicated ownership helped put San Antonio on the soccer map, paving the way for future professional soccer teams in the city. We believe that the team’s history and legacy will resonate with fans in San Antonio and across the country. By relaunching the team in the NSL, we hope to bring the same level of excitement and passion for soccer that the team brought to San Antonio in the past.
#The NSL is committed to building a strong and competitive league, and we believe that adding the San Antonio Thunder to our roster of teams would be a step towards achieving that goal. We have a number of teams across the country, and we believe that San Antonio would be an ideal location for expanding our league. We are currently in discussions with potential investors and stakeholders in San Antonio, and we hope to make an announcement regarding the relaunch of the San Antonio Thunder in the NSL soon.
Overall, we are excited about the potential of bringing the San Antonio Thunder back to the field and look forward to working with the team and the community to make it a reality. We believe that this move will not only benefit the NSL but also the San Antonio community, as it will bring a new level of excitement and enthusiasm for soccer to the area.