Winnipeg Alliance


The Winnipeg Alliance was a professional indoor soccer team that played in the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League (CMISL) from 2007 to 2011. The team was founded by a group of local investors, including former Winnipeg Jets player Randy Carlyle.

The Alliance played their home games at the MTS Centre, which is now known as the Canada Life Centre. The team's colors were black and gold, and their mascot was a dragon.

The Alliance were a relatively successful team in their short existence. They finished the 2007 season with a record of 12-8, and they made the playoffs in each of their first four seasons. The Alliance's most successful season was in 2008, when they finished the regular season with a record of 15-5 and won the CMISL championship.

The Alliance folded in 2011 due to financial difficulties. The team's demise was a blow to the Winnipeg sports scene, and it left a void in the city's indoor soccer community.

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