PLAYER RATINGS: Orlando City SC 2 Sporting Kansas City 2 – 13.05.2017

So Orlando City SC‘s 100% home winning record is over this season but the Lions are still unbeaten at home after tying 2-2 with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.

A topsy turvy game that involved a feisty second-half, the game unfortunately belonged to rookie Sporting KC forward Latif Blessing who twice proved a thorn in Orlando City SC‘s side with a brace. Continue reading

PLAYER RATINGS: Orlando City SC 2 Colorado Rapids 0 – 29.04.2017



Another gameweek has passed by with Orlando City SC claiming yet another three points in our incredible start to the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign.

Defeating Colorado Rapids 2-0 on a sweltering day in Central Florida with the temperature almost hitting 90 degrees at kick-off, Jason Kreis‘ Lions sat top of both the Eastern Conference and the Supporters’ Shield standings come full-time. This is with TWO games in hand on second-placed New York Red Bulls! Continue reading

PLAYER RATINGS: New York City FC 1 Orlando City SC 2 – 23.04.2017



We’re now over a month into the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign and Orlando City SC‘s amazing start to the season shows no signs of stopping.

Earning our first away victory of the season courtesy of a narrow 1-2 win at New York City FC yesterday, Jason Kreis‘ Lions proudly sit top of the Eastern Conference right now with 15 points and TWO games in hand – impressively without the injured Kaká too. Continue reading

PLAYER RATINGS: Montreal Impact vs Orlando City SC – 07.09.2016



Orlando City SC played the game of their lives to achieve their first away MLS victory in just over SIX months when emphatically defeating Montreal Impact 1-4 last night.

Winning back-to-back games under Jason Kreis for the first time, the victory has crucially put the Lions back above the red line in the MLS Cup Playoff spots at present (sixth place, 34 points, 27 played). Continue reading

PLAYER RATINGS: Orlando City SC vs Toronto FC – 24.08.2016



Orlando City SC suffered a cruel setback in their bid to make the 2016 MLS Cup Playoffs on Wednesday night with a late Jozy Altidore strike handing Toronto FC a 1-2 away win.

The Lions’ second successive home loss following a 17-game unbeaten streak that preceded the Seattle Sounders defeat, Jason Kreis‘ side are now beneath the line again in seventh place (28 points, 25 played). Continue reading