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

STATS PREVIEW: Toronto FC vs Orlando City SC – 28.09.2016



Since winning 1-4 at Montreal Impact earlier this month, Orlando City SC have been in free fall, losing three Major League Soccer fixtures while now sitting eighth in the Eastern Conference.

While performances have left a lot to be desired lately, Jason Kreis‘ Lions are still just three points below D.C. United who currently sit in sixth place above the red line on 37 points. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Montreal Impact vs Orlando City SC – 07.09.2016



Gameweek 25 proved to be absolutely huge for Orlando City SC with Kaká‘s brace enough to overcome 2015 expansion rivals New York City FC 2-1 in a must-win encounter.

Prevailing in torrential conditions at Camping World Stadium, the Lions now face an away trip to Quebec to take on Montreal Impact on Wednesday night with just seven games remaining thereafter. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Toronto FC – 25.06.2016



Agonisingly conceding in the final play of the game to tie 2-2 with San Jose Earthquakes last time out, Orlando City SC remain at Camping World Stadium to face Toronto FC on Saturday evening.

Greg Vanney’s side are currently fifth in a tight Eastern Conference with last weekend’s slender 1-0 victory over LA Galaxy getting TFC back on track after a four-game winless streak. Continue reading

Four MLS stars that Orlando City SC hate going up against



Although Orlando City SC have existed for what seems like a little while now after being established in 2010, in the grand scheme of things, we are still an incredibly new franchise on a global scale.

With this season’s two opening fixtures against Real Salt Lake and Chicago Fire having proved that there is still a lot to learn and build upon to yield future success, we are also starting to discover particular characters in Major League Soccer that the Lions don’t enjoy facing. Continue reading