STATS PREVIEW: Real Salt Lake vs Orlando City SC – 30.06.2017



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

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: LA Galaxy vs Orlando City SC – 11.09.2016



There is great belief that Orlando City SC could be hitting the gas when it matters the most with Jason Kreis‘ Lions having registered back-to-back wins heading into Sunday’s meeting with LA Galaxy.

With just SIX regular season fixtures left to contend following the weekend’s assignment at StubHub Center, Orlando City SC’s 1-4 demolition of Montreal Impact away will renew confidence that the Lions can make the MLS Cup Playoffs. Continue reading

Twitter reacts to… Cerén’s exit & García’s Orlando City SC arrival



While most of us thought that José Aja was going to be Orlando City SC‘s sole mid-season arrival, Deadline Day saw the Lions swap Darwin Cerén for Matías Pérez García.

The trade with San Jose Earthquakes now means an additional attacking midfielder joins Orlando City SC‘s ranks with Jason Kreis seemingly content with his remaining defensive midfield options. Continue reading

PLAYER RATINGS: Orlando City SC vs New England Revolution – 31.07.2016



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