Not quite sure if Orlando City Soccer Club is unable to sustain the heat, or if the Lions are not sure what a playoff race really is. For the last ten games, which in Florida was the beginning of summer, Orlando City SC is currently 2-4-4 against fellow MLS teams. Yet, Orlando somehow still has the fifth place position in the playoff race, and is three points ahead of seventh
Orlando City finally got a break this week, after having lost against Miami FC in the US Open Cup and having Cyle Larin arrested the following more for a DUI. The Lions needed a boost, or at least a sigh of relief for the community and the fans. Orlando hosted Montreal Impact in its attempts to continue their playoff push and maintain a steady lead above that red line. With
While Orlando City Soccer Club has been in a recent slump, they are still currently sitting tied at third place with New York City FC, the team is gaining momentum, and it has everything to do with the fans. Honestly, we all understand that home field/court/ice advantage is honestly the best advantage in sports. No travel time, no stress, and honestly, being at home allows you to enjoy the crowd
By Mike Sigman Before I even get started on this article, I completely understand that it has only been three games since he has been back, so the team is still jelling and getting their groove back, but KaKa is starting to play out his prime. For example, when Kaka was injured within the first fifteen minutes of the first game of the regular season, the Orlando City Lions received
ORLANDO, FL – Three years after beginning play as an MLS expansion club in 2015, Orlando City SC has matured from a young expansion cub into a young—yet powerful—lion, stalking and hunting their unsuspecting Major League Soccer prey. Thanks to the dissolution of Chivas, Orlando City—or OCSC, “City” as the locals call them for short—would be elevated from the USL Pro and become MLS’s 20th franchise following the 2014 season.