Orlando City SC gained a valuable point on the road at Colorado Rapids on Saturday evening with the 0-0 result meaning City have now tied TWELVE games this season.
The Lions’ FIRST home loss in just over a year having gone 17 games unbeaten since New York Red Bulls won 0-2 back on July 19th, 2015, Sounders were worthy winners. Continue reading
It feels fantastic to be an Orlando City SC supporter again after the Lions grabbed their first victory in six games when defeating New England Revolution 3-1 at Camping World Stadium on Sunday night.
A debut victory for new head coach Jason Kreis of course, Orlando City SC gained vital Eastern Conference ground on Revs while tying level with Jay Heaps’ side on 26 points with the Lions boasting a game in hand. Continue reading
Orlando City SC ceased their scoreless run of three games with an encouraging 2-2 draw over 3,000 miles away from home at Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night.
Coming as a huge relief to Lions supporters in the midst of a difficult period for the club following Adrian Heath’s exit, Bobby Murphy‘s side rallied well in a game they might have even won through David Mateos late on. Continue reading
Following Adrian Heath’s shock sacking from Orlando City SC in midweek, the first game of post-Inchy era ended up in stalemate as the Lions and Houston Dynamo tied 0-0.
An extremely dull encounter with both sides struggling to produce any real quality, plenty of Lions supporters voiced their frustrations at the full-time whistle with Antonio Nocerino involved in an altercation with fans. Continue reading
An already bad week got worse for Orlando City SC yesterday evening as a ruthless FC Dallas side trounced the Lions 4-0.
Now a mighty SEVENTEEN games undefeated at Toyota Stadium, Óscar Pareja’s Toros were fantastic on the night but we have to say that the Lions’ performance left a lot to be desired. Continue reading
A victory at last! Even now I don’t quite know how we managed to pull it off but a 100th minute spot kick successfully converted by Kaká ensured that Orlando City SC bagged their fourth win of 2016 on Saturday.
Overcoming and leapfrogging Toronto FC in the MLS Eastern Conference standings courtesy of the dramatic, last gasp 3-2 victory, it looked as if the Lions were frustratingly going to end up tying their FOURTH 2-2 draw in a row. Continue reading
Orlando City SC racked up their third successive 2-2 draw against San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday evening at Camping World Stadium in a fixture that meant far more than the result alone.
The Lions’ first MLS fixture since the tragic Orlando shooting back on June 12th, the event was an incredibly moving spectacle that saw referee Robert Sibiga temporarily halt the game on 49 minutes to pay tribute to the 49 victims. Continue reading
Following a truly tragic week for the city of Orlando, at least Orlando City SC managed to provide a positive escape for at least 90 minutes with a 0-1 win last night.
Defeating Florida rivals Jacksonville Armada of NASL in the fourth round of the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at Southern Oak Stadium, David Mateos struck the solitary goal in the second-half. Continue reading