In a normal Major Arena Soccer League season, Sean Bowers, general manager of the San Diego Sockers, makes trips from his Murrieta home to Pechanga Arena several times during the season. California is not allowing spectators at events due to coronavirus precautions, so the Sockers will play their entire 2020-2021 season on the road. “Anytime you can have a season during a pandemic it definitely will be unique,” Bowers said. The 2019-2020 season ended March 12 due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Sockers had a 15-6 season record and had clinched a playoff berth before the shutdown canceled the final three games of the regular season along with the playoffs. The Monterrey Flash and the Florida Tropics had the best records in their conference and were named conference champions for
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