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Magic City Clasico Act Six: Miami FC v Miami United

Magic City Clasico Act Six: NPSL Sunshine Conference Final Edition

Here we go again, the sixth edition of the Magic City Clasico is here. Just a year after heartbreak for Miami United, they have a chance at redemption. This season the NPSL Sunshine Conference was always going to come down to a battle of attrition between the two Magic City clubs. While Miami FC can be labeled as a goliath, Miami United surely doesn’t fit the mold of a David. The Magic City Cup will finally belong to one of these clubs, the only question that remains is, which one?

Magic City Soccer podcast Episode 72: The Miami FC and Miami United head into the NPSL playoffs

Magic City Soccer Podcast. Photographic by Matthew Bunch.

In this Magic City Soccer podcast, Matt and Omar discuss the NPSL Sunshine State playoffs, the U.S. Women’s National Team winning the World Cup and the U.S. Men’s National Team falling in the Gold Cup final. Join us, won’t you?

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Magic City Soccer podcast Episode 71: FC Surge starts off strong, and a horse race in the NPSL

Magic City Soccer Podcast. Photographic by Matthew Bunch.

On this episode of the Magic City Soccer podcast, Matt and Omar discuss the open of the WPSL season, with local entry FC Surge getting off to a great start. Then, they discuss Women’s World Cup, NPSL, international friendlies and Inter Miami CF. Join us, won’t you?

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Miami United Clear The Storm; Extend Streak To Four

Miami United Put Four Past Storm FC. Image Courtesy of Miami United

Miami United are looking like a club that could have made a long run in the U.S. Open Cup had they only had a chance to enter the tournament. Not having dropped a match since their season opener against cross-town rival Miami FC, United have won their last four matches by an impressive margin. Unfortunately for the pink and black, their cross town rivals are outgunning them against the same set of opponents.

Miami United v Jax Armada U-23: Previewing The Match

Miami United Host The Jacksonville Armada U-23 From North Miami Athletic Stadium

The Jacksonville Armada return a youth side to the NPSL after having a professional roster take the pitch in 2018. Robert Palmer is seeming to keep his options open as to where to take the first team next, and the U-23 side will likely be comprised of the local college talent and high school standouts. Miami United arguably have enough in the tank to avenge their Sunshine Conference playoff loss to the main team a year ago. The Armada will open their 2019 season against the winners of the most recent #MagicCityClasico.

Magic City Soccer podcast Episode 69: The Miami FC and Miami United kick off, Inter Miami CF and Relevent Sports hit the courtroom

Magic City Soccer Podcast. Photographic by Matthew Bunch.

Up top! On this episode of the Magic City Soccer podcast, Lee and Matt discuss The Miami FC’s season-opening win against Miami United. Then, Lee gives his UPSL roundup, followed by Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits! (of the Inter Miami CF and U.S. Soccer Federation variety. Join us, won’t you?

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The Miami FC finally defeats Miami United, open year with 2-0 win

The Miami FC forward Dario Suarez, left, hugs teammate Tomas Granitto after his "Olimpico" goal against Miami United FC on April 20, 2019. Photo via The Miami FC.

The Magic City Clasico entered its fourth act Saturday night on the campus of Barry University. In the previous three contests, Miami United excelled at frustrating The Miami FC. The rough tackles, the willingness to go to ground, and the physicality all carried over from 2018. There was absolutely zero love lost between the two sides. Unfortunately for United, the 2019 version of Miami FC responds to adversity far better.