ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — USL Arkansas is celebrating the USL Super League’s Division One sanctioning, according to a news release.
While USL Arkansas won’t join the Super League until 2026, this milestone represents the bright future awaiting professional women’s soccer players in northwest Arkansas, according to the release.
“This is a tremendous moment for the USL Super League and for women’s sports,” said Amanda Vandervort, USL Super League President. “Receiving Division One sanctioning further showcases the work that our ownership groups, our clubs, and the league are doing to create a professional environment for top-level talent to compete.”
The inaugural season of the USL Super League is set to start in August 2024, with clubs in eight different markets across the United States. USL Arkansas will join this lineup in the 2026 season.
The news release said that USL Arkansas is inviting the community to “engage with and support the journey towards launching [their] women’s team by supporting the USL Super League during this year’s inaugural season.”