Saint Louis FC picked up a much-needed three points over the weekend, beating Orlando City B on Saturday night at World Wide Technology Soccer Park just outside of St. Louis.
After a tough loss last Saturday to Harrisburg City, Saint Louis FC continues its homestand this Saturday as they host Orlando City B on September 16 at Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park in Fenton.
On Saturday night, Saint Louis FC returned to World Wide Technology Soccer Park to host the Harrisburg City Islanders. A streak that started back in August in Toronto continued as STLFC (8-12-7, 31 points) conceded a late goal to the opposition for the third match in a row. On Saturday, that goal meant a costly 2-1 loss to Harrisburg City.
Saint Louis FC begins a three-match homestand this Saturday as they welcome the Harrisburg City Islanders to Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm.
Saint Louis FC scored twice in the second half on Sunday in Ottawa to take a 2-1 lead late in the contest. Unfortunately for the local club, Ottawa scored a goal of its own in the 88th minute to secure a 2-2 draw. The match was the last of three for STLFC on its road trip.
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Saint Louis FC fell to the Rochester Rhinos 2-1 over the weekend in New York. An early red card ejection to Seth Rudolph doomed STLFC.
Saint Louis FC begins a critical three-game road trip this weekend as they face the Rochester Rhinos on Saturday evening. After Saturday’s match, the team will stay on the road for games against Toronto FC II and Ottawa Fury FC.
Saint Louis FC beat the Tulsa Roughnecks 2-1 on Wednesday August 23 at Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park in St. Louis.
Saint Louis FC hosts the Tulsa Roughnecks on Wednesday, August 23 at Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technolohy Soccer Park in St. Louis.