The big story in Miami-Dade soccer was the action-packed conclusion of the Magic City Clásico, which ended in fireworks and a 1-1 draw. Drew and Matt break down the game, the schedule to come for both teams and take a look at the Fútbol Miami MLS situation. Join us, won’t you?
Month: April 2018
If you followed Magic City Soccer before the launch of our website, you know that we occationally liked to design a fun t-shirt to celebrate the new season. Well, the 2018 design is live, and we’re making it easier than ever to get it!
The Magic City Soccer Store has launched! Simply go to http://magiccity.soccer/shirts and you will be able to purchase our newest design, Neon Nights.
The design is inspired by the City of Miami’s seal, and features a color scheme that is uniquely Miami.
You can also buy some of our older designs, like the Magic City Soccer Soccer County design:
Obviously inspired by the logo of Miami-Dade County, this design covered those who may live outside the city’s borders.
As if the shirts weren’t enough, for the next week, you can get 15 percent off your order with code welcome-100326658. If there’s a design you like but not in the style of shirt you want, contact us on Twitter or Facebook and we’ll see if we can make it for you! If you want to support local soccer coverage and look fly doing it, the Magic City Soccer Store is the place for you!
Image Courtesy of The Miami FC 2
Act Two of the #MagicCityClasico did not go as planned for anyone involved. What should have been a coronation for one of these clubs ended in carnage and disappointment for everyone involved. However, the city showed up for the intense second match and Bobcat field was just as vibrant, if not more so, than Riccardo Silva Stadium.
Looking back at Act One of the #MagicCityClasico, I want to apologize for sounding like a complete idiot regarding the match preview. Miami FC 2 stumbled out of the gates and Miami United looked to be the team that was full of professional experience. Perhaps things will change Saturday as MFC 2 host United at St. Thomas University. Let’s take a look at what both teams need to do in Act Two in order to walk away with all of the points.
Drew and Omar return for Episode 48 to break down the inaugural Magic City Clasico, look forward to act two, and discuss Michael Lahoud’s departure from Miami FC. Oh yeah, the International Champions Cup is coming to town! Join us, won’t you?
Former captain of The Miami FC, Michael Lahoud, confirmed on social media Thursday night that he would be signing to play with Fußball Club Cincinnati of the United Soccer League for the 2018 season. The news was first reported by Cincinnati Soccer Talk.
Michael Lahoud, the Sierra Leonean footballer who came to The Miami FC in May 2016 as a stabilizing force for a foundering side and became its captain, announced Tuesday night that he is leaving the club.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup Trophy made an appearance in Miami on Tuesday, as part of the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour presented by Coca-Cola.
The search for a Fútbol Miami MLS stadium continues, as the ownership group met with members of Doral city government to discuss a lot of land next to the Palmetto Expressway, according to the Miami Herald.
Doral mayor Juan Carlos “JC” Bermudez disclosed the meeting to the public at a City Council meeting Wednesday. According to the Herald, the meeting included members of the city’s administration, MLS deputy commissioner Mark Abbott, Fútbol Miami MLS partner Jose Mas and real estate developer David Martin, who owns the land in consideration.
While it may not be El Clasico in 2018, Miami is rumored to host some major friendlies in the summer at Hard Rock Stadium. In a leaked set of games from the International Champions Cup 2018 schedule, it seems that Miami will be hosting two men’s matches in addition to the two women’s matches announced earlier in the month.