I myself think USL Pro should drop the idea of a nationwide league, and regionalize it like they do the PDL. Not as expansive with its nine separate divisions, but maybe 2-4 separate divisions that only play amongst each other. Then they should try to model the teams so they can prosper on an average regular season attendance of around 2,000-3,000 initially, and in the future develop it from there. A good future idea would be four regional leagues. Additional teams added purely for ideas. SOUTHEAST DIVISION Charleston Battery Charlotte Eagles Wilmington Hammerheads Richmond Kickers FC Jax Destroyers Nashville Metros Birmingham Orlando City OR team in south-central Florida to replace Orlando City (either Fort Myers or Port St. Lucie) NORTH DIVISION Rochester Rhinos Boston Victory Harrisburg City Islanders Pittsburgh Riverhounds Dayton Dutch Lions (if they get their crap together with their move inside the beltline) Michigan Bucks Indianapolis Louisville CENTRAL DIVISION Houston Dutch Lions (better rename if Dayton survives) Des Moines Menace Tulsa Roughnecks St. Louis Lions Austin Aztex New Orleans Oklahoma City Colorado Springs OR Albuquerque WEST DIVISION Pali Blues FC Tucson Ventura County Fusion Hollywood United Hitmen Fresno Fuego Kitsap Pumas Phoenix Boise To add to this, Fort Myers would make a great place for D-3 soccer. They're averaging 4,600 per game for ECHL hockey (Florida Everblades).