Here at Orlando City UK, we’re wondering where the last two years have gone with today representing our second birthday after being launched in November 2015.
Failing to make the MLS Cup Playoffs for a third consecutive season, this game is all about the Lions trying to sign off 2017 in the most positive way possible. Continue reading
So with one final home fixture remaining for Orlando City SC this 2017 season, Columbus Crew visit Orlando City Stadium for a second time in three months.
A campaign that promised so much for Jason Kreis‘ side, the Lions’ overall performance has been hugely underwhelming this year with only pride to play for in the two fixtures that remain. Continue reading
Although our 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs dream is in tatters, it was simply great to see the Lions get back to winning ways despite the context of the victory. Continue reading
Spending the most incredible time in Orlando back in March, I will be staying from Monday September 25th to Thursday October 5th this autumn. Continue reading
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
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With two games against southern MLS rivals Atlanta United now done and dusted, attention switches to Saputo Stadium where Orlando City SC take on Montreal Impact on Saturday evening.
Now at a crucial stage of the season with just 12 regular season fixtures to go, Jason Kreis‘ Lions have ground to make up after being lodged in seventh place and two points below the red line following Gameweek 21. 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 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