Attendance Project: WISL

When the Continental Indoor Soccer League bit the dust in late 1997, four of its teams, led by the Dallas Sidekicks, launched the Premier Soccer Alliance, which played a short schedule enhanced by games against teams nominally representing other countries (Mexico, Canada, El Salvador, Argentina and Brazil, with only “Canada” winning a game in league play). The PSA became the World Indoor Soccer League in 1999 when it added two more former CISL cities and an expansion team in Utah. In 2001, what was left of its teams merged with the second iteration of the Major Indoor Soccer League.

2001
Team G Total Average
Dallas Sidekicks 12 103,684 8,640
Utah Freezz 12 68,897 5,741
Sacramento Knights 12 61,629 5,136
St. Louis Steamers 12 57,747 4,812
San Diego Sockers 12 49,101 4,092
WISL TOTAL 60 341,058 5,684
 
2000
Team G Total Average
Dallas Sidekicks 12 89,785 7,482
Sacramento Knights 12 67,843 5,654
St. Louis Steamers 12 64,697 5,391
Utah Freezz 12 57,305 4,775
Arizona Thunder 12 54,246 4,521
Monterrey La Raza 12 37,879 3,157
Houston Hotshots 12 34,649 2,887
WISL TOTAL 84 406,404 4,838
 
1999
Team G Total Average
Dallas Sidekicks 12 107,306 8,942
Utah Freezz 12 80,716 6,726
Sacramento Knights 12 69,171 5,764
Arizona Thunder 12 50,192 4,183
Houston Hotshots 12 43,190 3,599
Portland Pythons 11 34,810 3,165
Monterrey La Raza 12 33,165 2,764
WISL TOTAL 83 418,550 5,043
 
1998
Team G Total Average
Dallas Sidekicks 6 56,749 9,458
Sacramento Knights 4 22,218 5,555
Portland Pythons 3 15,630 5,210
Arizona Thunder 3 10,617 3,539
PSA TOTAL 16 105,214 6,576

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