By: Terry Foster
The Lions are not the only team with a big football game on Sunday. Detroit Waza (2-1) plays an important game Sunday (2:30 p.m.) against Illinois Piasa at the Taylor Sports Complex on Telegraph Road in Taylor.
Waza is a family owned club that is trying to grow the game in Detroit. General Manager Tino Scicluna not only helps run the front office but he is one of the more important players on the club. He is a local soccer coach and brings passion to the game. This is not your typical big field European style soccer. Games are a combination of soccer and hockey filled with high scoring, physical play and plenty of action.
Do you like scoring? Well Waza won its last game 12-1 and plans on scoring plenty of goals in this game also.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children ages 3-12. Fans can also purchase four-game soccer patches at $40 for adults and $25 for children. If anybody wants to learn more about the club listen to our pod cast on 971theticket.com or go to Detroitwaza.com.