5 things you didn’t know about Orlando City SC’s Donny Toia

So MLS Expansion Draft day has come and gone but Orlando City SC have secured their first new signing of the off-season and his name is Donny Toia.

With Jason Kreis‘ Lions signing Toia from Atlanta United in exchange for their natural first-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, the left back is an immediate replacement for Mikey Ambrose who joined Gerardo Martino’s side yesterday. Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Orlando City UK chats to Kyle Callan-McFadden

Kyle Callan-McFadden

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Having just completed his first full USL season with Orlando City B, Orlando City UK recently caught up with talented Lions defender Kyle Callan-McFadden.

Becoming one of Orlando City B‘s very first signings alongside now Orlando City SC stars Mikey Ambrose and Tony Rocha back in October 2015, the 21-year-old Irishman was a key figure for Anthony Pulis‘ side throughout 2016. Continue reading

Orlando City SC on FIFA 17: Ratings & stats lowdown


With the hugely anticipated FIFA 17 set for worldwide release on Thursday September 29th, football fans have been busy trawling the internet to see how their favourite stars have been ranked in the game.

Major League Soccer has been included in FIFA releases for a long while now and naturally, we wanted to take a sneak peek at just how Orlando City SC stack up in 2016. Continue reading

WATCH: Orlando City SC’s Tyler Turner reveals 2016 goals

With just 43 days left to go until Orlando City SC’s first MLS fixture of 2016 (is it March yet!?), our friends over at OC Lions Fan TV caught up with Lions right back Tyler Turner before pre-season training gets real!

If you’re not familiar with the channel, OC Lions Fan TV are the only guys running fan-led videos for a Major League Soccer franchise that emulate the huge success of the likes of ArsenalFanTV on these shores. Continue reading

Orlando City SC pick Alston in MLS Re-Entry Draft as first signing

Orlando City SC have finally secured their first signing of the off-season after the Lions selected former New England Revolution full back Kevin Alston in stage two of the MLS Re-Entry Draft.

The 27-year-old Washington D.C. native joins Adrian Heath’s side to add some much needed competition to the back line after racking up 155 Major League Soccer appearances for the Revs in a career at Gillette Stadium that spanned six years. Continue reading