You Can’t Sit With Us reveals new logo inspired by Mean Girls.

The women’s indoor soccer team You Can’t Sit With Us, based in Akron, Ohio, has unveiled their new logo for the upcoming season. The logo is inspired by the cult classic movie Mean Girls, starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. The logo features a pink and black color scheme with 3 mean girls looking annoyed that you are even there, and the team’s name and tagline, “You Can’t Sit With Us”, are written below it. The team’s manager, Katelyn Mauch, said that the logo represents the team’s attitude and style, as well as their love for the movie. “We are You Can’t Sit With Us, the coolest and sassiest women’s indoor soccer team in Akron, and we have been fans of Mean Girls since we were kids. Our logo shows that we are not afraid of being ourselves and that we are ready to rule the league this season,” she said.

The new logo has received positive feedback from fans and critics, who praised the team for their creativity and humor. The team plays at Akron Indoor Soccer, a state-of-the-art facility that offers leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics for all ages and skill levels. The team is composed of 12 players, who are mostly college students or young professionals in the Akron area. The team’s captain, Katelyn Mauch, said that the team is excited to start the new season with their new logo. “We are You Can’t Sit With Us, and we are here to have fun and win games. Our new logo is a way of expressing our personality and passion for soccer. We hope that our fans will love it as much as we do,” she said.

The women’s indoor soccer season will kick off in November 2023, and will run until March 2024. You Can’t Sit With Us will face their first opponents, the YTOWN 2.0, on November 15th at 7 p.m. at Akron Indoor Soccer. The team invites all their fans to come and support them wearing pink outfits, in honor of their new logo and their favorite movie. “We are You Can’t Sit With Us, and we want you to join us. On Wednesdays we play soccer, and on Wednesdays we wear pink,” Mauch said.