T-Mobile will host a series of retail events where soccer fans can come together and celebrate with other "fanáticos" at select T-Mobile retail locations in five U.S. cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, New York, and Dallas. Fans in Miami will have the opportunity to meet former Colombian National Team player Faustino Asprilla on Saturday, June 5th.Be sure to get there early and enter a chance to win one of 2,010 soccer-themed prizes as well as a grand prize of $25,000, from May 19th through July 11th.
WHERE: T-Mobile Retail Store
9720 Kendall Dr.
Miami, FL 33156
WHEN: Saturday, June 5th
12 – 4pm
Tampa's Mascot a Sock?
Miami FC fans pretty much enjoy poking fun at anything that has to do with the Tampa Bay Rowdies and here is yet another reason...
While even Blues fans must admit the ownership group up in Tampa is top notch, their decision to create a mascot out of a sock is probably one of their few flaws this season.
Check out the picture folks!
A Contest to name the sock.... I mean, mascot, is underway and you can participate by going to this link http://fctampabay.com/article/fans-choose-rowdies-mascot-name
Blues lose in Puerto Rico
Yup, Miami FC fell and boy did they fall hard in Puerto Rico this past Wednesday! The score ended 4-2 in favor of the Islanders. Our goals were scored by Christian Gomez and Brian Shriver. Be sure to check out what the Ultras had to say about the game over at Miami Soccer Fan or read the actual Miami FC site
Blues fans will need to get ready for another game this coming Sunday June 06
2:00 PM when Miami FC plays the Montreal Impact up at Saputo Stadium. You can watch that game online at http://www.miamifc.com/
As we head into the final week before the beginning of the World Cup in South Africa, the USA had a big scare forward Jozy Altidore injured his ankle in training Wednesday and was forced to sit out practice on Thursday.
Read more at the Miami Herald
Talk about the World Cup check out what the South Florida "Football Fanaticos" (SF3s) predictions for the World Cup!
The first round looks very exciting!Read more HERE
Group A: It will be very very close among France, Mexico and Uruguay. France and Mexico will advance narrowly.