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: Seattle Sounders vs Orlando City SC – 21.06.2017



A demanding streak of three away fixtures begins at reigning MLS champions Seattle Sounders this Wednesday evening with Orlando City SC hoping to keep pace with Eastern Conference pacesetters Toronto FC and Chicago Fire.

After drawing 3-3 against Montreal Impact, our performances in this mini away run will tell us a lot whether Orlando City SC truly have the potential to make the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs. 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

Orlando City SC seal deal for former United States international



Just when you thought Orlando City SC‘s transfer activity was finished this spring, think again with the Lions completing the impressive loan signing of Luis Gil today.

The attack-minded midfielder arrives on loan from Mexican Liga MX side Querétaro FC with an option to to purchase the 23-year-old at the end of the 2017 Major League Soccer campaign. Continue reading

STATS PREVIEW: Orlando City SC vs New York City FC – 05.03.2017



So the day we’ve waited oh so long for is almost here Orlando City SC fans! After what has felt like an absolute eternity, Sunday March 5th is upon us – the Lions’ first ever competitive game at Orlando City Stadium.

It’s ironic that Patrick Vieira’s New York City FC are the first ever visitors to our brand 25,500-seater soccer-specific facility given NYCFC were our first ever MLS opponents back on March 8th 2015 at the Citrus Bowl. Continue reading