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Philadelphia Union vs. Orlando City SC
Talen Energy Stadium
Oct 22 2017
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Rising stars of the Major League Soccer, the Orlando City SC Lions have overjoyed American fans with their 2015 soccer run going on in full swing. The Lions defeated defending champions LA Galaxy in May 2015 and managed to turn heads as they beat the D.C. United after putting up some nail-biting action this June. The latter holds the record for the most wins in the Eastern Conference and the Lions have snagged a coveted spot in the MLS ranks post-victory. Soccer lovers are now rushing to venues to get their Orlando City SC tickets for an exciting season schedule against some of the biggest soccer clubs in MLS.
High Hopes for MLS
The Orlando City Lions have been looking good with an impressive three-game unbeaten streak at home. Despite the 2-0 loss against the Montreal Impact on June 20, 2015 the Lions, who had been enjoying a five-game unbeaten streak in MLS, are ready to take on the Colorado Rapids. The crucial match will be played at the Lions' home field on June 24, 2015 and will mark the Lions' fourth win at home. Coach Adrian Heath aims at two-points-per-game as the team's goal for the season. A win against the Rapids would give the Lions 14 points for the last seven games, thereby achieving the points-per-game target. Soccer lovers are eager to know who wins this highly-anticipated faceoff between the two.
A Reckoning Force
The Lions have been playing soccer since 2013 and had their debut MLS match against the New York City FC on March 18, 2015. The match was played at home-field at the famous Florida Citrus Bowl in front of a crowd of almost 63,000. Three months later the historic stadium saw the Lions again, crushing the D.C. United in an epic battle. The Lions are the only MLS team playing from Florida today after Miami Fusion FC and Tampa Bay Mutiny ended brief playing stints on the League.
The Orlando City SC has surprised everyone after the momentous declaration of constructing a 28,000 seating capacity stadium in the city, solely financed by the club itself. The franchise would buy the site from the government and start constructing the historic soccer-specific stadium in 2016. The state-sponsored project was followed by celebrations by the local community but the recent decision to privately own the project has sent a wave of joy among fans. Soccer enthusiasts in Orlando are over the moon and hope to see the Lions play some of the most challenging games on MLS. The worthy opponents on the Lions' docket this season include Real Salt Lake, Chicago Fire and Toronto FC among others. Join the excited crowd at the arenas near you when the Lions hit the road in your city.