TAMPA – The United Soccer League announced today the decision to suspend the 2020 season for a minimum of 30 days.
“It was very clear from our owners that the health and safety of players, fans and staff was their top priority,” said USL CEO Alec Papadakis. “In consultation with local, state and national health authorities, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Homeland Security, we have temporarily suspended match play for a minimum of 30 days.”
When appropriate, the league will provide additional updates on the continuation of the 2020 Championship season and very much appreciate the continued support of USL Championship fans across the country.
TULSA – "As a club, FC Tulsa strongly supports the USL Championship in its decision to suspend play for a minimum of 30 days. We hold the safety of our players, coaches, staff and fans paramount in everything that we do.
As we gather more information from the league and local health officials, we will be sure to pass along any updates as it relates to our 2020 season. Ticket holders can rest assured that we will be in close communication in the coming days to discuss next steps."