carolina railhawks vs minnesota united fc Tickets
|Event, City, Date & Time|
Minnesota United FC vs. Carolina RailHawks tickets at National Sports Center - Blaineon 7/2 3:30 AM
|Sat Jul 2 2016||View Tickets|
Details of Carolina Railhawks Vs Minnesota United Fc and the Ticket Luck value
The North American Soccer League is home to some fabulous soccer teams, two of which will be in action at the upcoming game between the Carolina Railhawks and Minnesota United FC. The Railhawks hail from Cary, North Carolina whereas United FC hails from Blaine, Minnesota. At this game, the two NASL franchises will go head to head in battle of supremacy in what promises to be a fascinating encounter. For this game, Carolina Railhawks vs Minnesota United FC tickets are already on sale, available for fans of both sides and of NASL soccer in general.
The Carolina Railhawks were formed in 2006 and play at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina. This stadium has a ten thousand seating capacity and is often packed to the brim at some of the Railhawks home games. This NASL franchise is owned by Traffic Sports USA and Colin Clarke is the team's head coach. Their official colors are white, orange and blue.
The franchise's first game was played in 2007 in front of a crowd of over six thousand soccer fans at their stadium, then known as the SAS Soccer Park. They faced the Minnesota Thunder, with the game ending in a 1–1 draw. Their first goal was scored by midfielder Kupono Low in the eighth minute of the match. In the next few months, they went on to defeat Chivas USA by 2–0 and then the Charleston Battery by 3–0, bagging the Southern Derby Cup, their first championship.
The Railhawks were one of the charter members of the North American Soccer League. They have fierce rivalries with the Charleston Battery and the Atlanta Silverbacks from their days in the USL First Division. They also have rivalries with the Rochester Rhinos. They have won two NASL Supporters Cups, been runner–up in the USL First Division, won a championship in the USSF Division 2 Professional League and have won the Southern Derby thrice and the Copa Tecate once.
At their upcoming fixture, they face a team from Minnesota that began playing in 2010 and is nicknamed as The Loons. Minnesota United FC, as the team is formally known, plays at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minnesota, a twelve thousand capacity stadium. The club is owned by Bill McGuire and its Head Coach is Manny Lagos. The team won the 2011 NASL Championship, emerging as the best team in the league.
You can watch the two-time NASL champions, the Railhawks, face one-time NASL Champions, Minnesota United FC, by buying Carolina Railhawks vs Minnesota United FC tickets.