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
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
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
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.
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
Following the postponement of the New England Revolution fixture in Gamweek Two, Orlando City SC finally face their first road game of 2017 at Columbus Crew on Saturday night.
Speculation has ran wild regarding the 38-year-old’s next career move this week but this latest report claims both Jason Kreis‘ Lions and LA Galaxy are front-runners for his signature. Continue reading
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