Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Miami Kickers FC have a 4 game winning streak, Miami FC drops one to the Impact

Thanks to the Miami Ultras site for putting us on to the Miami Kickers FC who play in the WPSL Sunshine Division which they currently lead undefeated after 4 games. The Kickers recently beat down the FC Thomasville Dragons by a whopping 5-1 this past weekend. All Miami Kickers FC home games are played at American Heritage School in Plantation. Admittance is $8 for adults and $4 for children. The Kickers play next away versus the Puerto Rico Capitals. Be sure to check out the next home game on Saturday July 11 as the ladies take on the Clearwater Galactics. Let's support Soccer in South Florida! Be sure to check them out. FMB (Football in Miami and Beyond) will be covering the Kickers games and giving you the scoop. So keep checking back and visit the Miami Kickers FC website.

Word has it the Miami Ultras will try to attend a Miami Kickers game in the near future. We will keep you posted on that.
I'd like to see Miami FC and the Miami Kickers FC get together and give us a double header! Maybe the Kickers can move their Saturday game on July 11 back a day and play at FIU Stadium on Sunday July 12? I think Miami FC should give us a double header of any kind at this stage.

Talk about Miami FC... The Blues lost a close one to the Montreal Impact last night by 1-0. See more here. I'm kind of concerned with the highlights they gave on USL live as there is no film of any Miami attack! Omitted Mysteriously is the legitimate goal that was taken from the Blues... does USL have favorites?

Miami FC returns home to play the now traditional Fourth of July game against the first place Puerto Rico Islanders. This game will be played at FIU Stadium and will include a fireworks extravaganza immediately after the game. For more info go to the Miami FC website and get your tickets!
Vamos Miami! Let's go Blues!


Gina said...

Yes we nice to hear talk about woman soccer. on this website and on the Ultras website. Great job guys.

Ed said...

Let's go Kickers!