The Wolfpack were in the running to sign up to the NASL, but they turned down the chance to play at Sporting Park.
They have been in a state of flux ever since.
After winning the US Open Cup, a playoff run, and the MLS Cup last year, the team was relegated to the USL PRO.
Now, it appears that they’ll be playing at home in the NASL.
“We’re excited about our new stadium, and we’re excited to return to MLS for the first time in five years,” head coach Jason Kreis said in a press release.
“The Wolves have been through a lot, and are in a good place now.
We look forward to a long and exciting year at the stadium.”
That’s not all that the team’s going to have to contend with this year.
The Wolfpacks will be playing four games in five days, so they’ll have to make up the lost ground and find a way to finish the year strong.
There are a lot of players in the lineup who have had good seasons this year, including midfielder Jack McInerney, striker Jordan Stewart, and forward Tyler Adams.
The club is also looking to bolster the defensive backline, and that will be the biggest test.
If they can stay healthy, the Wolfpack will be in a position to challenge for a playoff spot and a berth in the USL Pro.
The first step in getting there will be finding a way for the team to compete against the top teams in the league.