Tulsa Revolution Pro Soccer Team Comes Back To Tulsa Says Adam Mellor

Launching the original 'Revolution' in 2008 Unfortunately the League went broke-But Mellor's Dream did NOT die!

Adam Mellor had a dream as a boy growing up on the mission field and that dream was to play soccer.

Fast forward a decade and a half later and a College scholarship that landed him in Kansas he we was ready to play. An injury, however, would say otherwise but Mellor never let go of his dream. His love and appreciation for the support makes it the second time Adam has brought Professional Soccer back to the city of Tulsa.

“We were honored to be a part of the ‘original revolution’ in 2008 being one of the ‘Founding Sponsors’ and Emceeing the home games. “It was great seeing all the local and imported talent that made up ‘The Revolution! Tulsa has one of the most active Soccer communities in the US and it’s great Adam is bringing back the REVOLUTION Michael-D-Butler-Sponsors-Tulsa-Revolutionto Tulsa,” said Butler.


Tulsa Roughnecks 1978

The Tulsa Roughnecks had a great run in Tulsa the late 70’s to early 80’s several of those early players became somewhat famous ie: Charlie Mitchell owner of Charlie Mitchell’s restaurants. Follow the Tulsa Revolution and their news here and on Twitter @TulsaProSoccer

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