Tag Archives: UPSL

Episode 019



On this episode of The UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope review the controversy surrounding FC Minneapolis, preview the start of the UPSL Midwest Conference, visit with Duncan Bochicchio from L.A. Roma FC about the UPSL Championship Western Conference, the Roman Army and his job at Fox Soccer, talk about Art’s chance meeting with Lauren Sesselmann, and take questions from Twitter.


Episode 016



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope talk about the Spring 2018 Season openers in the Southeast and Wild West Conferences, the new Atlanta Caribbean Division, several of the newest expansion clubs, and interact with Twitter.


Episode 015



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope talk to Zane Cook, President of AMFUSA, chat about Panamerican FC gaining promotion to the UPSL Pro Premier, Commissioner Yan Skwara’s trip to Atlanta, and take questions from Twitter.


Episode 011



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope present the 2017 UPSL Pod In Review, highlighting the best news stories from around the league this calendar league, give their UPSL gifts, and respond to feedback from social media.


Episode 008



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope play “UPSL Would You Rather”, run down 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Qualifying Round 2 results for UPSL teams, and have a conversation with Texas Conference Operations Manager Matt Kahla and take your questions from social media.


Episode 005



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope run down the latest UPSL headlines, we talk UPSL Midwest expansion with Oakland County FC Co-Owner and Head Coach Nicolino Morana, and have a wide ranging chat with FC Boulder General Manager and WUPSL National Director Don Harmon, and take questions and reader feedback from Twitter.


Episode 004



On this UPSL Podcast hosts Art Eftekhari and Dennis Pope play UPSL Speed Debate, have a conversation with Billy Forte, Owner and GM of East Bay FC Stompers Juniors and take questions and reader feedback from Twitter.