The Orlando SeaWolves welcomes soccer fans of all ages to their free 2019 Fan Fest at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee on November 17.
Want to see Orlando City for free? The soccer team is opening up one of their upcoming practices to the public for free.
The open practice will take place February 9 at 6:30pm at the Orlando Citrus Bowl, and will provide supporters with an up close look at Head Coach Adrian Heath and the team’s preparation for their second season
Orlando City SC has announced a multi-year local broadcast partnership with Orlando’s WRDQ TV 27, part of the Cox Media Group Orlando TV group.
Under the deal, the station will become the exclusive English-language broadcast home of Orlando City, and will gain the rights to telecast all of the Lions’ non-nationally televised Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoff matches.
Soccer fans get ready for next summer when Orlando acts as an official host city for the Copa America Centenario 2016 at the Orlando Citrus Bowl.
Set to be held in venues across the United States from June 3-26, the 2016 edition signifies the 100-year anniversary of the highly popular South American tournament.
Soccer fans get ready! It was announced today that Orlando will host an international soccer game between the Mexican and Costa Rican national teams at the Orlando Citrus Bowl.
The match will take place on June 27, at 6pm, and will be crucial for both squads as they make final preparations ahead of the CONCACAF Gold Cup – the bi-annual continental championship to be played across North America in July. Capturing the Gold Cup would give the winner a chance to face the United States in a play-in game to qualify for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.
Congratulations to Orlando City Soccer Club, who won the USL Pro championship game against the Charlotte Eagles at the Florida Citrus Bowl last night.
A record turnout of 20,886 watched the team beat the Eagles 7-4. Orlando City games usually average a crowd of about 8,000.
Saturday’s attendance shattered the club’s former mark of 11,220 set in the 2011 USL PRO Championship Game.
This definitely bodes well for those who are hoping to bring a major league soccer team to Orlando, as well as those pushing for a new soccer stadium.