Following the postponement of the New England Revolution fixture in Gamweek Two, Orlando City SC finally face their first road game of 2017 at Columbus Crew on Saturday night.
Selected by the Lions as the 20th pick (64th overall) in the third round of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft back in January, we found out how Sheffield-born Deakin is enjoying life after penning his first ever professional contract. Continue reading
Taking the number 21 jersey at Orlando City Stadium, the 30-year-old’s move to Central Florida represents the first time he has played professionally outside Switzerland, let alone Europe. Continue reading
Thought the 2017 Orlando City SC hype only surrounded the club’s fantastic new soccer-specific stadium downtown?
Think again because the Lions are toasting their brilliant new facility in the best way possible, earning a one-hundred per cent record from two games following a 2-1 win over Philadelphia Union last night. Continue reading
After having the time of our lives on our recent trip to watch Orlando City SC play live, we detected even more UK interest in the Lions heading into the 2017 season.
Only recently signing up as an Orlando City UK member, Nick Trump – an Orlando City SC fan from Barnstaple in South West England – told us just why he follows Jason Kreis‘ Lions so passionately. Continue reading
Having earned a week off due to the postponement of the New England Revolution fixture, Orlando City SC are back in action Saturday night with Philadelphia Union in town.
Suitably rested with a game in hand on nine of our ten other Eastern Conference opponents, Jason Kreis will be looking to build upon a perfect start at our new Orlando City Stadium home. Continue reading
Orlando City UK are growing all the time and we are discovering more and more Brits who share a similar interest in supporting Orlando City SC.
So the day we’ve waited oh so long for is almost here Orlando City SC fans! After what has felt like an absolute eternity, Sunday March 5th is upon us – the Lions’ first ever competitive game at Orlando City Stadium.
It’s ironic that Patrick Vieira’s New York City FC are the first ever visitors to our brand 25,500-seater soccer-specific facility given NYCFC were our first ever MLS opponents back on March 8th 2015 at the Citrus Bowl. Continue reading