The Four Pillars of the NISA

An affordable and sustainable lower division national pro soccer league with regional based competition
Independent league with team owners controlling league governance, their local markets, and their intellectual property
Promotion & Relegation intended once fully populated with 24 teams
Strong league office with quality staff supplemented with expert consultants that help the League and team with sales, marketing, and raising capital

EXCLUSIVE: The National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) – A New Division III Professional Soccer League Expects to Launch in 2018

New league could pave the way for Promotion and Relegation in the United States.

In November, during the week of the North American Soccer League championship game in New York City, former Chicago Fire and Indy Eleven President Peter Wilt met with leaders from the NASL and NPSL to present a concept for a new league that would bridge the gap between them.  It is not rare for semi-pro or amateur teams to beat professional clubs in a one-off US Open Cup match.  However, there is a significant financial and operational divide between a professional Division II, with several billionaire team owners, and the NPSL, whose clubs often come from more humble, grassroots beginnings.  Click Here to Read More.

Plans For New US Pro Third Division Soccer League Announced

National Independent Soccer Association Plans to Launch in 2018;
Receives Letters of Intent From 10 Markets and Intends to pursue Promotion and Relegation

The National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), a new independent third division professional soccer league, is planned to start with teams throughout the United States in the spring of 2018, it was announced today. The League, with offices based in Chicago, is being launched by veteran soccer executive Peter Wilt and Jack Cummins, his partner at Rebel Nest Sports.  Click Here to Read More.