With the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign reaching its latter stages, Orlando City UK took this moment to reflect on how many Lions fixtures Sky Sports have decided to air this year. Continue reading
Staying on the road to face New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena, it’s not getting any easier for the Lions to haul themselves back into an MLS Cup qualification spot.
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.
As part of a demanding double gameweek, there’s no rest for Orlando City SC who travel to Texas to take on Houston Dynamo on Saturday following their narrow 2-1 loss at Toronto FC on Wednesday.
Representing only the second time that the Lions have travelled to BBVA Compass Stadium, the venue was actually the scene of Orlando City SC‘s FIRST EVER MLS victory (0-1) in March 2015. Continue reading
We’re now over a month into the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign and Orlando City SC‘s amazing start to the season shows no signs of stopping.
Earning our first away victory of the season courtesy of a narrow 1-2 win at New York City FC yesterday, Jason Kreis‘ Lions proudly sit top of the Eastern Conference right now with 15 points and TWO games in hand – impressively without the injured Kaká too. Continue reading
Sitting pretty in the Eastern Conference after defeating LA Galaxy 2-1 last time out, Orlando City SC have enjoyed an incredible start to 2017 with four wins from five games.
If you thought Orlando City SC‘s midweek fixture with Toronto FC was important, Sunday’s match-up with New York City FC takes on even greater significance now.
Embarking on their sixth road game of the 2016 Major League Soccer campaign, Adrian Heath’s Orlando City SC travel to New York City FC’s Yankee Stadium home for the second time already this season.
Having already claimed a 0-1 victory in the Bronx back in March, perhaps this is the best time to be facing Patrick Vieira’s side with NYCFC having lost by an utterly humiliating 0-7 to cross-river rivals New York Red Bulls in their last game. Continue reading