Miami Gardens, FL - Growing Pains isn't just the TV show that jump-started Leonardo DiCaprio's career. It's also the phrase I'm using to describe Miami FC 2's start in the NPSL. With a new head coach, a lot of new players, and a new league to play in, they had
Hialeah, FL - There was a lot of hype going into this game between The Miami FC and Miami United FC. Kudos to the Miami FC for finding a silver lining in the whole NASL debacle. This Magic City Clasico rivalry isn't so much putting makeup on a pig, but
Miami Gardens, FL- The Miami FC 2 begins its NPSL career with a scintillating intra-city showdown against Miami United FC in the Magic City Clásico. The match will take place on Sunday, April 15th at Milander Park. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m.
The Miami FC 2 took part in four tuneups
Miami, FL - As the South Florida community comes together following the tragic collapse of the pedestrian bridge at Florida International University (FIU), The Miami FC announces today a $50,000 donation to the FIU Bridge Accident Victims’ Fund.
Greater Miami was shocked by the recent deadly collapse of a pedestrian bridge at
Playoffs, bitch! We want all of the everything. Spring season championship... That's cool. Fall season championship... Not bad. Record setting points (69) and goals (61) in a single NASL campaign... I mean, we'll take it. But we're not here to talk about the past, bro. Been there, done that, fucked
Here. We. Go!
I don’t know if they serve Guinness in the beer garden section of The Miami FC matches at Riccardo Silva Stadium, but the team brought plenty of Guinness Records to the game this past Saturday. They set almost every Modern NASL team record this season. Lets go through
The Sequel. Part Two. This one however, had to be better than the first. It was just a few days ago - Wednesday, October 4th, to be exact - that Miami FC hosted the San Francisco Deltas for the first meeting of back-to-back games at home. If you missed the
In a make-up game, postponed in the first place due to Hurricane Irma, played on a Wednesday night in Miami, what exactly do you suppose would happen? Well, if you guessed the dam above us would let loose precipitation of biblical proportions, then right you are. Right as rain! The
Well, well, well. Quite a while it has been. About three weeks, two games, and one natural disaster ago, Miami FC took the pitch and we had soccer in South Florida. Right before the hiatus - September 6th, to be exact - Miami would draw in a 3-3 match against
Miami, FL - “We don’t rebuild, we reload” is an overused quote for teams that seem to succeed no matter who’s in the lineup. Every team experiences their ups and downs though, so after Miami FC’s struggles in the beginning of the fall season, you would have to be a