The Promise from St. Thomas
Miami, FL - The Miami FC 2 wasted no time in their quest for U.S. Open Cup redemption. The Hunt for Lamar began at Tropical Park Stadium. Yes, where Santa's Enchanted Forest steals your money. This is where FC Miami City hosted the OB's (Orange and
Miami Gardens, FL - Listen (or look), it's not exactly the start that everyone expected from The Miami FC. After running through the NASL last season, most people expected Miami, now playing in the lower division NPSL, to bring the league to its knees. However, we're now three matches into
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
Enough is enough, damn it! The skid must end at some point, this seems like as good a time as any. The article following the last game mentioned the need not to panic. Who was that very rational individual with such perspective? Oh, it was me. Well, listen to me.
The refuse to lose tour marches on. Steadfast as ever, Miami FC had to do a bit more today than simply not take the L. The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup reached the Round of 16 and it brought Atlanta United FC to South Florida. Of course, that also means
Following a 4-0 beating over the team that held the second spot in the NASL last week (Jacksonvile Armada), Miami FC turns around to host the team that has the second place spot in the NASL this week. The mention following last week's match of a schedule jam packed for
If you find yourself reading this, then you already know whats up. Your Miami FC have not lost a match in their last 11 times stepping on a soccer field. The three Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup matches included, that is a very impressive feat. Impressive on the result alone