Major Arena Soccer League 2
|Founded||December 2, 2017|
|Country||United States (8 teams)|
Mexico (1 team)
|Number of teams||9|
|Domestic cup(s)||U.S. Open|
|Current champions||San Diego Sockers 2 (2018-19)|
|Most championships||Chicago Mustangs, San Diego Sockers 2 (1)|
M2 launched in 2017 to "provide an outlet for teams to either reorganize for a re-emergence in the MASL or an avenue for teams to compete in smaller markets in hopes of rising to MASL status." It was announced that M2 would have between 8 and 12 teams.
The 2018-19 season brought the total number of teams participating the in the season up from 10 to 15. Stockton, California was announced as a market and held a team naming contest, but all news stories from the league website and all mention of the Stockton franchised were dropped. The league changed from having "Conferences" to "Divisions." Expanding from the Eastern and Western conference's the M2 now had the Eastern Division, Mountain Division, and Pacific Division.
The official game ball is made by Mitre.
|Amarillo Bombers||Amarillo, Texas||Amarillo Netplex||2018||2019|
|Austin Power||Austin, Texas||Travis County Expo Center||2019||2019|
|Chihuahua Savage||Chihuahua, Mexico||Corner Sport Arena||2019||2019|
|Colorado Inferno F.C.||Colorado Springs, Colorado||SoccerHaus COS||2017||2017||Thomas Hoang|
|Colorado Rumble FC||Denver, Colorado||Foothills Fieldhouse||2010||2017||Chuck Estrada|
|Falls Town Flyers||Wichita Falls, Texas||Kay Yeager Coliseum||2019||2019|
|Muskegon Risers||Muskegon, Michigan||L. C. Walker Arena||2014||2017||Ben Ritsema|
|New Mexico Runners||Rio Rancho, New Mexico||Santa Ana Star Center||2018||2018||Steve Famiglietta|
|Wichita Wings||Wichita, Kansas||Hartman Arena||2019||2019||Roger Downing|
|Season||Champions||Score(s)||Runner-Up||Playoffs / Host|
|2017–18||Chicago Mustangs||7–0||San Diego Sockers 2||Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|2018–19||San Diego Sockers 2||7–5||Cuervos de Juarez||Upland, California|
|Arizona Impact||Glendale, Arizona||Arizona Sports Complex||2017-18|
|Arizona Lightning||Avondale, Arizona||Randall McDaniel Sports Complex||2018|
|Chicago Mustangs||Hoffman Estates, Illinois||Grand Sports Arena||2017-2018|
|Cincinnati Swerve||Fairfield, Ohio||Gametime Training Center||2017-2018|
|Cuervos de Juarez||El Paso, Texas||El Paso County Coliseum||2018|
|Las Vegas Knights SC||Las Vegas, Nevada||Las Vegas SportsPark||2017|
|New Mexico Elite||Santa Fe, New Mexico||Shellaberger Center||2018|
|Ontario Fury II||Upland, California||The Upland Sports Arena||2017-2018|
|Rochester Lancers||Rochester, New York||The Dome Arena||2018|
|San Diego Sockers 2||San Diego, California||Pechanga Arena||2017-2018|
|Stockton Rush||Stockton, California||Stockton Arena||2018|
|Waza Flo||Detroit, Michigan||Detroit City Fieldhouse||2017-2018|
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