Last year's semifinalists, Amarillo and Wichita, kick off Midwest Division play Dec. 22

The Major Arena Soccer League 2 Midwest Division schedule will start Dec. 22 when teams with championship aspirations – the Wichita Wings and Amarillo Bombers – give fans at Hartman Arena a holiday treat when the two teams meet on December 22.

Amarillo and Wichita both made runs all the way to the MASL 2 semifinals last spring, and met in the championship consolation game, with the Wings taking a 13-5 win in that final match up. Meanwhile, Hartman Arena will be the site of the 2024 MASL 2 Championship Weekend April 4-7, with the Wings, traditionally one of the powers of indoor soccer for many decades now, will be looking for the city’s first ever pro indoor soccer title.

The M2 schedule features 12 games for Amarillo, El Paso Rhinos, New Mexico Runners, Wichita and the Kansas Bandits, who, by agreement of the team owners in the division, will play just three times at home, with those game at Hartman Arena as well.

Pre-season action in the division will see the El Paso Rhinos Uno Seis travel to Albuquerque to take on the fifth-year New Mexico Runners on December 16

The Bombers will open at home on January 7 when they host the Bandits. New Mexico’s home opener is December 30 when they host El Paso, who will open at home Jan. 20 also against the Bandits. The regular season concludes on the final weekend of March.

“This is a very competitive division again. I expect New Mexico, who was so ravaged with injuries last year, to be battling for a playoff spot this year, and I think El Paso will have the ability to surprise some people,” MASL 2 Commissioner Chris Economides noted. “Amarillo and Wichita speak for themselves, and we saw the Bandits play much more competitive soccer towards the end of their first season last year, so I think it’s a pretty wide open battle.”

Following is the complete MASL 2 Midwest schedule:


Saturday, Dec. 16 vs. El Paso (pre-season)

Friday, Dec. 22 at Wichita

Saturday, January 6 vs. Kansas

Sunday, January 7 at New Mexico

Saturday, January 20 vs. New Mexico

Saturday, January 27 vs. Wichita

Sunday, Jan. 28 vs. Wichita

Saqturday, February 3 at Kansas

Sunday, February 11 vs. New Mexico

Friday, March 8 vs. Kansas

Saturday, March 9 vs. Kansas

Saturday, March 16 at El Paso

Sunday, March 17 at El Paso


Saturday, December 16 at Amarillo (pre-season)

Saturday, December 30 at New Mexico

Saturday, January 6 at Wichita

Saturday, January 13 at Wichita

Sunday, January 14 at Kansas

Saturday, January 20 vs. Kansas

Sunday, January 21 vs. Kansas

Saturday, February 10 at New Mexico

Saturday, February 17 vs. New Mexico

Sunday, February 18 vs. New Mexico

Saturday, March 9 at Wichita

Saturday, March 16 vs. Amarillo

Sunday, March 17 vs. Amarillo


Saturday, Dec. 30 at Wichita

Saturday, January 6 at Amarillo

Sunday, January 7 at Amarillo

Saturday, January 13 vs. New Mexico

Sunday, January 14 vs. El Paso

Saturday, January 20 at El Paso

Sunday, January 21 at El Paso

Sunday, Jan 28 at New Mexico

Saturday, February 3 vs. Amarillo

Friday, February 9 at Wichita

Friday, March 8 at Amarillo

Sunday March 9 at Amarillo


Saturday December 30 vs. El Paso

Sunday, January 7 vs Amarillo

Saturday, January 13 at Kansas

Saturday, January 20 at Amarillo

Sunday, January 28 vs. Kansas

Saturday, February 3 at Wichita

Sautrday, February 10 vs El Paso

Sunday, Feb 11 at Amarillo

Saturday, February 24 at El Paso

Sunday, February 25 at El Paso

Sunday, March 3 vs. Wichita

Saturday, March 17 vs. Wichita


Friday, December 22 vs. Amarillo

Saturday , Dec. 30 vs. Kansas

Saturday, Jan. 6 vs. El Paso

Sunday, Jan. 7 vs. Kansas

Saturday, January 13 vs. El Paso

Saturday, January 27 at Amarillo

Sunday, January 28 at Amarillo

Saturday, February 3 vs. New Mexico

Friday, February 9 vs. Kansas

Sunday, March 3 at New Mexico

Saturday, March 9 vs. El Paso

Saturday, March 16 at New Mexico