The Georgia Revolution Reserves remain undefeated in the first eight games of their inaugural Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League (ADASL) season. With six wins and two ties, the Baby Eagles have 20 points and sit in second place on the combined second division table.
The ADASL has an almost fifty-year history in the Atlanta area. When the Atlanta Chiefs were founded in 1967, the organization created the ADASL to “to generate interest in soccer.” While the Chiefs’ existence sputtered in the 70s and eventually stopped in the 1981, the ADASL continued to thrive. The league grew from nine clubs in 1967 to 40 teams in the early 80s.