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SOUTH OF THE BORDER: ARENA FOOTBALL/CISL HEAD TO MEXICO
Published October 7, 1994
Arena Football League officials have announced that businessman Doug Logan has purchased the Fort Worth Cavalry and plans on moving the franchise to Mexico City for the 1995 season (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 10/6). The team will play in the 17,800 seat Palacio de los Deportes (THE DAILY). "FUTBOL RAPIDO": Meanwhile, the CISL received an application for membership from a Mexico City-based group for a '95 expansion team. The team would play at the 21,000-seat OCESA Sports Palace. The CISL Board of Governors is expected to approve the application by the end of November. The Mexico City team will join Monterrey as the CISL's second Mexico-based team (THE DAILY).