Media Advisory: Kansas City Cauldron to host Independent Supporters Council of the United States and Canada Annual Meeting

From the Cauldron

KC Cauldron hosting the ISC Annual meeting in advance of the 2013 MLS Season

Who: Independent Supporters Council of the United States and Canada (ISC)

What: Annual meeting of representatives from soccer supporters associations across the US and Canada
When: Jan. 24-27th
Where: Livestrong Sporting Park.

(October 26, 2012) – The Kansas City Cauldron, Sporting Kansas City’s largest supporters group, will host the Independent Supporters Council of the United States and Canada Annual Meeting. Representatives from supporters groups across North America will come together in Kansas City. The ISC conferences in order to identify and promote the needs of soccer supporters. As the organization is comprised primarily of supporters from Major League Soccer markets; that is the main focus of the discussions. Supporters groups from all levels of professional soccer such as the NASL and USL Pro are welcomed and encouraged to join the ISC.

“We are excited to be hosting these meeting here in Kansas City. It gives us a chance to showcase the ever growing soccer supporters culture in this city as well as the fantastic facilities created by Sporting Club at Livestrong Sporting Park. At last year’s meetings we took on some large projects that are coming to fruition now. We look forward to sharing those projects soon. It is inspiring to see people from across the country put away rivalries in order to accomplish a common goal. ” Sean Dane, The Cauldron

The ISC has invited MLS officials to join them in order create a stronger working relationship between supporters and the league.

More information about the ISC and its members can be found here:

More information about the Cauldron can be found here:

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