It’s been a while since a Cleveland professional sports team has won a playoff game… But one team is guaranteed to at least get a shot.
The Cleveland Freeze, Northeast Ohio’s professional indoor soccer team has qualified for the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) Playoffs in its first ever season.
The Freeze will host the Cincinnati Saints in the first round of the Eastern Division Playoffs on March 1st at 7:05PM at the Soccer Sportsplex in North Olmsted, Ohio. All fans attending the game are encouraged to wear white, in attempt to "white-out" the Saints. The winner of this game will move on in the playoffs to face the Detroit Waza on March 8th in Detroit. The winner of that game will earn a final four spot and will head to Chicago to compete for the Ron Newman Cup.
For more information on the Cleveland Freeze and to get playoff tickets, check out ClevelandFreeze.com.