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Philadelphia Soul is a Philadelphia based arena football team that started playing as an expansion team in 2004. The team is a member of the AFL and plays in the American Conference from the Eastern Division. In 2008, the Soul won its first ArenaBowl winning from San Jose SaberCats in ArenaBowl XXII with a score of fifty-nine to fifty-six. It then won three playoffs along with the ArenaBowl XXII. The team was inactive for two seasons in 2009 and 2010, and retuned under Mike Hohensee, their new Head Coach in 2011. The team is currently owned by Cosmo DeNicola, Pete Ciarrocchi, Craig Spencer and Ron Jaworski. Philadelphia Soul tickets are the raging talk of town in Pennsylvania among football fans.
Philadelphia Soul was originally under the ownership of Craig Spencer and Jon Bon Jovi alongside minor ownership of Lop Carlin Jr., ROn Jaworski and Richie Sambora. The team started playing its home games at the then Wachovia Center that is now known as Wells Fargo Center, home to the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers. On occasion, owing to scheduling conflicts, Soul games were taken to Wachovia Spectrum which is now demolished. The name Soul refers to the soul music genre of Philadelphia and was kept partially due to the involvement of Jon Bon Jovi. The team’s official mascot previously was the Blue Brother much like the current mascot Soul Man.
In 2005, Philadelphia Soul started the season with a sixty-six to thirty-five score, winning from Austin Wranglers. After five games, however, the team had recorded three losses and two wins due to which Michael Trigg, the team’s head coach was fired. Then in 2006, the team started with a two to zero score against their rivals Dallas Desperados and completed the season with nine to seven, entering their first playoff since inception, which was made through a wild card. In the wild card playoff, the team played against Austin Wranglers in Austin and won with a larger margin. However, the team lost to Orlando Predators in the Division Round Playoff game with a thirty-one to twenty-seven.
In 2007, Philadelphia Soul began with a four to zero, till they lost to Georgia Force, after which they lost again to their rival team of Dallas Desperados. The next four weeks were all losses for the team since their key player Tony Graziani left due to a separated shoulder. In week twelve, Graziani came back and played against New Orleans VooDooo, leading the team to its highest score in history and winning with a score of seventy-eight to thirty-four. After four weeks, owing to Graziani’s single-handed sportsmanship, the Soul won another game with a fifty-six to fifty-three. This led the team into its second playoff within only four years. In the playoffs the Soul won from the Orlando Predators with a forty-one to twenty-six, after which went to Atlanta to play the Divisional Round against Georgia Force to which they lost. Book cheap Philadelphia Soul tickets and be there to cheer for the unstoppable Soul players.