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Old 01-25-2011, 01:15 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Belson To Be FC New York's Home

St. John's soccer stadium provides accessibility, atmosphere

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. - F.C. New York, the new professional soccer club of USL PRO, is pleased to announce that Belson Stadium on the grounds of St. John’s University in Jamaica Queens will be the team’s home for its 2011 inaugural season. F.C. New York will kick off the 2011 USL PRO regular season on April 30 by welcoming Orlando City.

Belson Stadium is a state-of-the-art, soccer-specific turf facility and one of the nation's premier home venues. Belson Stadium has created a significant home-field advantage for the St. John's men's and women's soccer programs. St. John’s University is located in the heart of Queens close to all major parkways and Jamaica station - the transportation hub of Queens. The Long Island Railroad, numerous subway lines and several MTA bus lines are nearby at Jamaica station.

“Belson Stadium is an ideal home for us to start and the administration and athletic staff at St. John’s University really worked hard and wanted us here as much as we wanted to be here,” F.C. New York President Doug Petersen said. “I had always said our first choice was to build a permanent home in Queens; working with St. John’s is a step in the right direction. In the past year our plans and visions have been embraced by a number of area leaders and, equally importantly, the fans on the street

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F.C. New York Sets Preseason Schedule

Will face four local colleges including Hofstra, St. John's

F.C. New York News Release – www.fcnewyorksoccer.com

Monday, January 31, 2011

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. – F.C. New York has announced a preseason line-up of four games against local colleges as it prepares for the 2011 USL PRO season.

F.C. New York will travel throughout the New York City area to face Hofstra, Adelphi, LIU Brooklyn and St. John’s on their home fields. After working to build relationships with the coaching staffs of each of the colleges, F.C. New York Technical Director Matt Weston said he was happy to be able to face them as the club builds for the season.

“Over the last six months FC New York have been building relationships with college coaches from across the country,” Weston said. “Regionally we have formed close ties with the coaching staff of St John’s, LIU, Adelphi and Hofstra amongst others, and now as part of our preseason schedule we will travel to all four colleges to play a match.”

F.C. New York will open the preseason against Hofstra on March 16 at 7:30 p.m. before travelling to face Adelphi on March 26 at 7 p.m. It will then meet LIU on April 1 at 8 p.m. before closing out at its new home, Belson Field, against St. John’s on April 5 at 5 p.m.

Weston said the colleges have already provided him a great deal in being able to establish the F.C. New York brand in the area in addition to help recruit talent for the club’s inaugural season.
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F.C. New York Signs Graciano Brito

Quinnipiac standout was a two-time NSCAA All-American

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. - F.C. New York is pleased to announce the signing of talented striker Graciano Brito, pending USL and USSF approval. Brito had been playing with Clube Operario Desportivo of the Portuguese League, and the former Quinnipiac University standout is excited about returning to the area to compete in USL PRO. The 6-foot-2 striker has a nose for the net and was named to ESPN Soccernet’s Top Six Senior College Forwards in 2008.

“It's privilege and a dream come true to be playing in New York City," Brito said. "I am exciting to be a part of F.C. New York."

In his final season at Quinnipiac in 2008, Brito was named the Northeast Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, becoming the fifth player in league history to win the award in back-to-back years. He led the NEC in goals (18), goals per game and points per game en route to helping the Bobcats reach the postseason for the first time since 2004.

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New York Adds Forward Ben Algar

21-year-old joins club from England's Chesterfield

F.C. New York News Release -- www.fcnewyorksoccer.com

Tuesday, March 1, 2011


GARDEN CITY, N.Y. – F.C. New York of USL PRO is proud to announce that former Chesterfield striker Ben Algar has signed a one-year contract pending USL and USSF approval. Algar, 21, came to New York for trials this summer and has been training with Matlock Town FC since then to maintain his fitness.


Algar signed the deal alongside F.C. New York President Doug Petersen at the Copthorne Hotel, Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England. Algar was surrounded by family and well-wishers, including Sheffield United Vice Chairman, David Green and Dave MacCarthy, who oversees SUFC academy. Also in attendance were Carl Shieber, Sheffield United head of football administration, as well as football greats Brian Deane and Tony Agana.

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Orlando City soccer's deal with Orlando Health announced


The sponsorship agreement will be for 3 years.

The Orlando City Soccer club announced Thursday a partnership with Orlando Health, which will be a presenting sponsor and the exclusive medical provider for the United Soccer Leagues Pro Division team.

As part of the three-year agreement, which runs through 2013:

An Orlando Health logo will appear on the front of Orlando City's jerseys.

There will be Orlando Health field and stadium signage for Orlando City's matches at the Florida Citrus Bowl.

Orlando Health will be a presenting sponsor for Orlando City youth camps, and the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children logo will appear on youth camp T-shirts.

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Richmond Unveils New Uniforms

HCA Virginia, nTelos Wireless, Vista One all sponsors

Richmond Kickers News Release -- www.richmondkickers.com

RICHMOND, Va. – The Richmond Kickers, HCA Virginia, nTelos Wireless, VistaOne and adidas are pleased to unveil the new uniform for the 2011 season. The Kickers pro players will begin wearing the adidas Regista jersey at the USL PRO opener this Saturday. The Richmond Kickers Youth Soccer Club will transition to the new jersey this fall.

"The new adidas uniforms reflect the vision we expect from our Kickers players with a combination of style, performance and flair,” said Leigh Cowlishaw, Richmond Kickers Head Coach and Director of Soccer. “They are sharp looking uniforms and we want both our youth and pro players to take pride in their performance and conduct when wearing them."

The primary kit showcases the Kickers signature red jersey, shorts and socks. The sleek and lightweight adidas Regista jersey features subtle, white accents and the adidas three-striping. White piping at the neckline and shoulders give the jersey further definition while the state-of-the-art ClimaLite® moisture control provides cool on-field comfort. The red, adidas Equipo short, constructed for motion, speed and comfort, paired with the red, adidas ForMotion Elite Sock complete the on-field look. New in 2011, the Kickers will unveil an all-white secondary kit, with Kickers modern, red accents

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Orlando City To Face Newcastle Utd

Premier League team will be summer visitors for Lions


Orlando City News Release -- www.orlandocitysoccer.com

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando City held its first annual media day today, highlighted by Owner/President Phil Rawlins’ “State of the Team” address.

Rawlins covered several topics ranging from the team’s rapidly growing season ticket base, incredible commitments from sponsors, and the outpouring of support from the community. Rawlins also officially introduced the Orlando City roster to the media. The highlights of Rawlins’ address were three-fold: the Citrus Bowl is the definitive home for all Orlando City regular season matches in 2011, Bright House Sports Network will air at least five Orlando City matches this season, and English Premier League side Newcastle United will be coming to Orlando this summer.

"We are delighted to announce that Newcastle United, one of the biggest teams in the English Premier League, will be our guests for part of their pre-season training in July in Orlando, Florida,” said Rawlins. “The team will spend several days training here before playing Orlando City in an international exhibition game on Saturday, July 23rd."

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Orlando City To Meet EPL's Bolton

Game at Citrus Bowl scheduled for July 17

Orlando City News Release -- www.orlandocitysoccer.com

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. – Hot on the heels of the announcement that Newcastle United is coming to Central Florida, Orlando City Soccer Club is proud to announce English Premier League side Bolton Wanderers is also coming to Orlando. Bolton will train for a week in Orlando before playing Orlando City in an international friendly game on Sunday, July 17th. The match will be played at the Citrus Bowl.

“It is great news that we can bring both Newcastle and Bolton to Orlando,” said Orlando City President Phil Rawlins. “Over the past few years Bolton have established themselves as a top class EPL team and under Owen Coyle’s leadership they have become an exciting attacking team to watch. We are delighted they have chosen to come to Orlando and play us in their preseason preparation.”

Bolton, semifinalists in this season’s F.A. Cup, are coming to Orlando as part of their 2011 North American tour. They currently sit in eighth place in the English Premier League, considered the world’s most difficult professional soccer league. The Wanderers will also be visiting Houston on July 20th to play Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamo. American international Stuart Holden is a regular starter for Bolton.

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Murray, Stolica loaned to FC New York

Revs duo will play for the USL Pro team based in Queens, New York

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution goalkeeper Tim Murray and striker Ilija Stolica have been loaned to USL PRO league club FC New York, based in Queens, New York. The arrangement begins this weekend with FC New York’s season opener against Orlando City.

Both players are on multiple-month loans to FC New York, and can be re-called by the Revolution if needed.


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Kickers Stay Undefeated

Cruise against Dutch Lions 6-0


Dayton Dutch Lions News Release - www.dutchlionsfc.com

Saturday, April 30, 2011

DAYTON, OHIO - The Dayton Dutch Lions fell to the undefeated Richmond Kickers Saturday night at Miami Valley South Stadium 6-0 in USL PRO action. The Dutch Lions conceded a goal in the early minutes of the match to Richmond forward Matthew Delicate and the match would end in a tough defeat.

"The Kickers were extremely effective in the counter attack," said Head Coach Ivar van Dinteren. "We were unable to put away the opportunities we had and as the second half progressed we weren’t able to come back."

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On Tuesday, IMS contributor Jay Long broke Esteban Pagán’s story of River Plate Puerto Rico’s financial troubles to the English speaking audience who follow lower level soccer in the US, Canada and the Caribbean. Previously, Long had reported on other financial difficulties with USL PRO teams Puerto Rico United and Sevilla-Puerto Rico.

Trying to understand the passion but also the politics involved with soccer in Puerto Rico is not easy. Soccer has not always been the number one sport of this island nation who love sports. The teams that were involved with USL PRO, Puerto Rico United, River Plate Puerto Rico and Sevilla-Puerto Rico, were deemed the organizations with the best opportunity to succeed beside the Islanders who had moved from the USL to the NASL after last season. The three teams were to play games in the Puerto Rican Soccer League (PRSL) and USL PRO. Games played against each other would count for both leagues.

Later Tuesday morning the USL released a statement confirming that the three USL PRO teams from Puerto Rico who had played in the International Division had been removed from USL PRO.

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F.C. New York's Weston Resigns

Club appoints Paul Shaw as interim coach



F.C. New York News Release – www.fcnewyorksoccer.com

Monday, May 23, 2011

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. – F.C. New York today announced that the club had accepted the resignation of Coach Matt Weston, and has appointed assistant coach and player Paul Shaw as the interim Head Coach.

Weston led New York to a 1-3-2 record, including the first victory in franchise history earlier this month when it defeated the Charleston Battery 1-0 at Blackbaud Stadium on May 13.

F.C. New York currently sits in fifth place in the USL PRO National Division, and its next game is on the road this Saturday against the Richmond Kickers. The side then returns home to Belson Stadium on the campus of St. John’s University on Memorial Day to host the Rochester Rhinos at 3 p.m.

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USOC Recap: USL side Richmond upset Sporting KC 2-0

Match goes downhill for Sporting after thunder and lightning delay


CITY, Kan. — For 65 minutes on Tuesday night, it looked like Sporting Kansas City were a goal away from moving on to their first US Open Cup semifinal since 2004. Then came the rain, the thunder and the lightning.

After more than an hour waiting in the locker rooms for the weather to clear, Sporting gave up two goals to the Richmond Kickers — the first just seconds after play resumed — and lost their first game since May 21, 2-1 at Livestrong Sporting Park, to crash out of the domestic cup in the quarterfinals.

Richmond move on to face the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park on Aug. 30. Sporting will look to continue their 10-game unbeaten streak in league play on Saturday against the Houston Dynamo.

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Orlando City Defeats Newcastle United
Molino's strike is only goal in 1-0 win against EPL side


ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando City’s biggest match to date provided a record 10,889 fans with one of the most exciting matches of the season along with one of the most exciting results as the Lions took a 1-0 victory against the English Premier League's Newcastle United. Even as the match started, thousands still waited outside to grab a ticket to the biggest EPL friendly in Orlando City’s young history.

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USL PRO DIVISIONAL SEMIFINALS SCHEDULE

Friday, August 19, 2011

AMERICAN DIVISION
No.3 Richmond Kickers at No.2 Wilmington Hammerheads, 7:30 p.m., Legion Stadium

NATIONAL DIVISION
No.3 Los Angeles Blues at No.2 Harrisburg City Islanders, 7:30 p.m., Skyline Sports Complex
No.4 Pittsburgh Riverhounds at No.1 Rochester Rhinos, 7:30 p.m., Sahlen’s Stadium

Saturday, August 20, 2011

AMERICAN DIVISION
No.4 Charleston Battery at No.1 Orlando City, 7:30 p.m., Florida Citrus Bowl

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