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Championship Ranked – Favorite Mascot

By USLChampionship.com Staff, 03/26/20, 2:31PM EDT

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They’re part of the fun at the stadium, which Championship mascot makes your day?

We’re all missing the chance to watch our favorite clubs and players in action right now, but you know what else? We’re also missing out on the chance to have fun with our favorite club mascots at the stadiums and on social media.

We’ve seen some new arrivals to the Championship’s mascot ranks this offseason too – shout-out El Paso, Miami and Tampa Bay – but while we wait for the action and the mascots to return, we’d like you to tell us who you’re most looking to see again when the 2020 season resumes.

Ziggy – Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC

Ziggy the Mountain Goat has been a fixture at Weidner Field for many seasons now, joining the Trailheads and fans of all ages in the stands and along the sidelines.

Ozzy – El Paso Locomotive FC

Our first new arrival for 2020, Ozzy has already shown off some slick dance moves and been featured in a coloring book.

Zeke – Indy Eleven

Zeke is one of the contenders for the cutest dog in the Championship, and how many mascots have been immortalized in their own Santa Claus bobblehead?

Cash the Soccer Rocker – Las Vegas Lights FC

He can’t perform his motorbike entrances right now, but Cash is still looking out for the people with his informative guide to washing your hands and social distancing.

Golazo – Miami FC

Another new arrival this year with Miami FC joining the Championship, Golazo is a stickler when it comes to Futbol being the beautiful game.

Snaggy – New Mexico United

OK, you got us, Snaggy isn’t officially New Mexico United’s mascot. But, how many mascots get invited to try out for the team anyway?

Amo – Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC

The other contender for cutest dog in the Championship, Amo has been a fixture on the sidelines and in the community for the Hounds for many, many years.

Truckee – Reno 1868 FC

Named after the river that runs near Greater Nevada Field, Truckee’s enthusiasm for the game and Reno 1868 FC washes over fans like a tidal wave. 

Mr. Toro – Rio Grande Valley FC

You mess with the bull, you’ll get a smile and a hug at Rio Grande Valley FC’s H-E-B Park.

Hat Trick Harry – Sporting KC II

Adopted after emerging from the forest surrounding Sporting’s training facility, it’s hard to wipe the smile off Hat Trick Harry’s face.

Pete and Pinnie Pelican – Tampa Bay Rowdies

Pete Pelican has been a legend in the stands at Al Lang Stadium – seriously, the fans chant his name during games – but this offseason his life changed very much for the better.

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