STATS PREVIEW: Portland Timbers vs Orlando City SC – 24.09.2017

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With just five 2017 regular season fixtures remaining, the rest of Orlando City SC‘s season is all about keeping pride intact.

Drawing 3-3 at Atlanta United last weekend in one of the most entertaining MLS games all season, Jason Kreis’ side now make the long trip to Oregon to face Portland Timbers. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Vancouver Whitecaps – 26.08.2017

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Win and hope for the best! That’s all Orlando City SC need to do right now with Jason Kreis‘ Lions still five points beneath the red line following Gameweek 25.

Only managing a 1-1 draw with Columbus Crew last time out, Orlando City SC really needed a victory but a second successive home game is just what we need at the minute. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Sporting Kansas City – 13.05.2017



Orlando City SC received a big reality check in Gameweek 9 with Jason Kreis‘ Lions beaten twice in quick succession against Toronto FC (2-1) and then Houston Dynamo (4-0).

What looked a demanding two-game away streak on paper turned out that way but still boasting a 100% win record at Orlando City Stadium, Saturday’s home game with Sporting Kansas City provides a chance to bounce back. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs Colorado Rapids – 29.04.2017



Barring a 2-0 loss at Columbus Crew back on April 1st, Orlando City SC have enjoyed a perfect start to the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign, sitting top of the Eastern Conference after Gameweek 8.

Winning five of our six games so far this season, our home form has been the bedrock on which our fast start has taken place. Pablo Mastroeni’s Colorado Rapids are the latest visitors to the fortress that is Orlando City Stadium on Saturday. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs LA Galaxy – 15.04.2017



Moving into a brand new stadium isn’t easy – just ask West Ham United! But after three Orlando City SC games played at Orlando City Stadium, the Lions have won every one of those games in an awesome start to 2017.

Already underlining the theory that Orlando City Stadium can be a real stronghold in Major League Soccer, LA Galaxy are the latest visitors to Central Florida on Saturday. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs New York City FC – 05.03.2017



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

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs D.C. United – 23.10.2016



So it’s almost the end Orlando City SC fans. Not only the end of an extremely testing 2016 Major League Soccer campaign but the end of this current purple era as we know it.

Taking to the Camping World Stadium turf for one final time against D.C. United in our last game of the season, everybody hopes Jason Kreis‘ side can give the venue the grand send off it deserves. Continue reading

Orlando City SC announce Throwback Game with Tampa Bay Rowdies

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Thursday was an exciting day to be an Orlando City SC supporter with the club having announced a Throwback Game against rivals Tampa Bay Rowdies to celebrate the end of the Citrus Bowl era.

The club interestingly amended their profile images of the modern-day Orlando City SC logo to the old three-headed USL version on their respective social media accounts ahead of leaving a cryptic tweet at 3PM (UK time). 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