As this post is written, the Lions currently find themselves two points outside the 2017 MLS Cup qualification spots having previously been above the red line all season long. Continue reading
It’s the one we’ve all been waiting folks! The first ever Major League Soccer meeting between Orlando City SC and Atlanta United is nearly upon us.
A huge game anyway, the fixture has now taken on even greater significance with only just ONE point separating both sides in the Eastern Conference following Gameweek 19. Continue reading
Following a demanding three game road streak in MLS, Orlando City SC can get used to home comforts again when Toronto FC visit Orlando City Stadium on Wednesday.
TFC haven’t let 2016’s MLS Cup Final defeat get them down this term with Greg Vanney’s men top of the Eastern Conference until Chicago Fire leapfrogged them recently. Continue reading
After a massively disappointing 4-0 drubbing at Chicago Fire, Orlando City SC complete the third and final fixture of a demanding three-game road streak at Real Salt Lake on Friday evening.
Travelling to Rio Tinto Stadium after just ONE victory in our last ELEVEN MLS fixtures, the Lions remain in the MLS Cup qualification spots but could really do with a victory to raise morale. Continue reading
After being embarassed 1-3 by Miami FC in the fourth round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday, it’s a fourth home game in a row for Orlando City SC as Montreal Impact arrive in Central Florida.
Mauro Biello’s Impact travel south after playing out a 1-1 draw at Sporting Kansas City on June 10th with the Lions rested from MLS play since tying that incredibly controversial 0-0 draw with Chicago Fire on June 4th. Continue reading
After grabbing a morale-boosting 2-0 win over D.C. United in midweek, Orlando City SC face their second home game in quick succession with Veljko Paunović’s Chicago Fire in town.
In many ways the whipping boys of the Eastern Conference in recent seasons, the times are changing for Fire with the Men in Red currently second in the East. Continue reading
There’s no doubting that Orlando City SC are suffering a real lack of confidence right now after going SIX games without a win in Major League Soccer.
It appears the honeymoon start to Orlando City SC‘s 2017 season is over with the Lions winless in five ahead of one of the most poignant games of the season.
Heading to TCF Bank Stadium to take on Minnesota United for the first time in Major League Soccer, Orlando City SC take on legendary former City coach Adrian Heath for the first time also. Continue reading
After grabbing a 1-1 draw in Northern California at San Jose Earthquakes in midweek, Orlando City SC are back at Orlando City Stadium to take on New York City FC on Sunday.
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