When it comes to soccer's long and illustrious history of obscure and outré professional leagues in North America, the star-studded NASL of the 1970s typically springs to mind. It's the curious story of the Major Indoor Soccer League of the 1980s and 90s that recently piqued the interest of Joe Swide though. The former G.F.C. columnist penned a great article documenting both the history of the MISL and the great fan(s) cum archivists who are keeping the game's bizarre history here alive.
Read it over at VICE Sports