2010 CMISL Season

The 2010 Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League (CMISL) season sees the reactivation of the Winnipeg Alliance FC and the expansion of the Prince George Fury. Each team will play four games against teams from the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) in the United States. The season will consist of twelve soccer games total. The Edmonton Drillers, Saskatoon Accelerators, Prince George Fury and Winnipeg Alliance FC will play six home games and the Calgary United FC will play seven due to playing American teams.

Teams

Team City Established Home Arena Notes
Calgary United FC Calgary, Alberta 2007 Calgary Soccer Centre
Edmonton Drillers Edmonton, Alberta 2007 Edmonton South Soccer Centre
Saskatoon Accelerators Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2007 Henk Ruys Soccer Centre
Winnipeg Alliance FC Winnipeg, Manitoba 2007 Garden City Soccer Complex/MTS Centre (for 2 games) Reactivated
Prince George Fury Prince George, British Columbia 2009 CN Centre New Expansion Team

Standings

Place Team GP W/L Pct GF GA Pts
1 Calgary United FC 10 8-2 .800 79 32 20
2 Saskatoon Accelerators 12 9-3 .750 69 53 18
3 Edmonton Drillers 12 5-7 .417 84 72 10
4 Prince George Fury 12 3-9 .250 84 97 6
5 Winnipeg Alliance 12 3-9 .250 59 85 6
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