As the only professional soccer team in Michigan, the Waza Flo have represented their state with pride. The Waza Flo have won the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) Eastern Division Championship in 2012 and 2013 and were finalists in the League Championship each of those years. In 2013, the Waza Flo vanquished the storied San Diego Sockers at the U.S. Open Cup Final to claim the coveted trophy.
The Waza Flo roster is made up of players from all over the globe that have played collegiately and professionally in the U.S. and abroad. Countries represented on the Waza Flo roster include United States, Canada, Brazil, Malta, Romania, Serbia and Albania.
In 2017 Waza Flo is going to be part of Major League Futsal and will play against teams from Cleveland, Columbus and Lansing.
In Japanese, the word “Waza” means “technique” and in Swahili, “Waza” means “to think clearly”. But in Flint, “Waza” means “Championships!”.